Juicing: How healthy is it?. Watch my video from ABC. Recipes and additional tips provided
Strawberries are a sweet treat that can be enjoyed deliciously on their own or as part of the main entrée breakfast, lunch, or dinner! As part of a balanced diet, these red berries are a tasty way to get necessary nutrients like vitamin C for a healthy immune system, fiber for help with weight management and reduced risk for many chronic diseases, and folate for heart health!
Fruits and vegetables are needed every day for good health because they provide so many good things for the body, like vitamins, minerals, fiber, water – the list goes on and on. Due to the different tastes the choices from both of these groups provide, it’s easy to enjoy fruits and/or vegetables at any time of day, even for dessert!
Happy New Year! Make  the year for better eating and increased activity. Need help with where to start? Here are the rules of the road and some inspiration to get you and the family on the road to better eating this year!
Happy New Year! Make  the year of YOU. Get healthier by making better choices and enjoying some additional activity. Keep it easy, start small, and set realistic goals that are challenging yet reachable.
Did you know that about one in five people get the flu each year? Flu season peaks in January, February and March but as we head into the hectic holiday season, it’s not too early to start taking steps to stay healthy this year! The experts agree that fending off a cold or the flu is a lot more complicated than simply eating extra fruits and vegetables and proper handwashing! However, doctors and dietitians do agree that a well-rounded, healthful diet that includes plenty of fruits and vegetables can provide the nutrients your body needs to stay healthy. Science shows you need to have a well-balanced diet to supply the nutrients needed to support a healthy immune system, so be sure to choose foods from each food group every day.