Monthly Archives: January 2016

  • Shop the Grocery Store Smarter

    Shop the Grocery Store Smarter

    Think for a moment about how you do your grocery shopping. Do you go during the day or at night? Are you alone or wrangling two kids? Is it a weekly event or an every-other-day outing?

    Now think about the times when you’ve spent more money than you thought you would. When does that typically happen? What foods did you buy that you didn’t plan on buying?

    Since grocery shopping is necessary to creating healthy, home-cooked meals, it’s emotionally and financially worth it to consider how we can shop the grocery store smarter. Here are a few ideas to get you going.

  • Indoor Winter Gardening

    Indoor Winter Gardening

    Yes, it’s the winter, but you don’t have to let the white snow thwart your green thumb. Many kinds of produce can be grown indoors so you can continue to enjoy fresh, flavorful foods, made right in your own home. Not sure which produce to grow inside? Read on!

  • New Nutrition Guidelines Recommend Lower Sugar

    New Nutrition Guidelines Recommend Lower Sugar

    Hold on to your carrot sticks everyone, because America’s eating habits are in for a jolt.

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently released their latest update to the federal nutrition guidelines, and it isn’t very sweet.

  • How to Stick to Your Healthy Eating New Year’s Resolution

    How to Stick to Your Healthy Eating New Year’s Resolution

    Another holiday season has flown by, and poof! It’s January already. And yes, it may be cliché to form New Year’s resolutions, but reflecting on your habits and trying to improve your health is a good thing to do no matter what time of year it is. So add the following resolution to your list: I hereby resolve to stick to my healthy eating resolutions. “Now what?” you may wonder. Here are some helpful, healthful suggestions on keeping your resolutions.

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