Grocery recommendations to fuel your winter fun.
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When it comes to packaged foods, the meaning of “healthy” as a general descriptor gets murky. We walk you through the FDA’s new proposed definition of “healthy food”.
January is not the only time you can start with a clean slate. Fall is a great time to make a fresh start.
The loss of muscle over time, known as sarcopenia, begins around age forty, with a loss of 3-5% per decade. Focusing on maintaining muscle mass prevents significant loss from occurring and negatively impacting our overall health as we age. Here is how to maintain your muscle.
Eating with intention means eating with a plan that goes beyond just trying to figure out what to make for dinner. It’s about meeting a goal and intentionally making choices that help you work toward balanced eating and a healthy diet.
Take a Walk in the Park Day is a perfect time to get outside, enjoy the warming temps, and reconnect with nature. The experience even benefits your health.