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The big game is coming up soon!
It’s often hard to maintain healthy eating habits with the typical football party offerings, but you don’t have to sacrifice taste in order to eat healthy. Most every tailgate dish can be made healthier.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one-third of all deaths in the United States are from heart disease, stroke or other cardiovascular diseases. Because February is Heart Health Month, it seems fitting to discuss what constitutes heart disease, the risk factors and how we can improve our heart health this year.
Looking for easy to prepare, healthy meals? Community nutrition educator Bridgette Hamby is here to help!
Healthy Bites with Bridgette is a free online cooking class in a fun, relaxed environment.
Eating a whole-food diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds, legumes and lean proteins are important for maintaining health and preventing disease. However, certain packaged foods you can buy in the grocery store can be a nutritious part of your diet.
I don’t know about you, but fall is my favorite season of the year! Nothing beats a cool evening by the fire as we drink some hot apple cider and enjoy the company of our loved ones. Autumn also brings great seasonal vegetables that are packed with nutritional value and are delicious too!