Keeping a Gratitude Journal

by Megan Van Hoet

“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” – Robert Brault What are you grateful for? Going into the holiday season is a perfect time to reflect on what we… Continue Reading →

Maple Mashed Sweet Potatoes

by Kristy Hegner

A simple and delicious holiday recipe! Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 1 hour Total Time: 1 hour, 5 minutes  Ingredients 3 medium sweet potatoes 2 tablespoons maple syrup 2 tablespoons light butter 3 tablespoons non-fat plain yogurt 1 teaspoon… Continue Reading →

The Different Types of Diabetes

by Kristy Hegner

November is designated as Diabetes Awareness Month, a time to bring awareness to the common types of diabetes: type 1, type 2 and gestational. Diabetes affects one in 10 Americans and about 84 million others are at risk of developing… Continue Reading →

Prioritize Your Mental Wellbeing This Holiday Season!

by Jessica Malen

Protecting Your Mental Wellbeing During the Holidays 2020 is an unprecedented year for everyone. The holidays can prove to be a stressful time even under normal circumstances, but this year, it is more important than ever to protect your mental… Continue Reading →

Witch’s Brew Halloween Stew

by Jessica Malen

Cozy Up With Our Dill Pickle Stew This month’s healthy recipe is sure to warm the chill out of your bones as Halloween approaches. Read on to get the recipe so you can serve up this tangy, yet satisfying, autumn… Continue Reading →

Enjoy a Healthier Fall With These Helpful Tips

by Kristy Hegner

Be the Healthiest You Can Be This Fall by Following Simple, Yet Important Tips Read on to discover ways you can make the most out of this fall, while living your healthiest life. With the current pandemic still affecting most… Continue Reading →

Ways and Benefits of Making a Difference During COVID-19

by Maya Munot

Learn How to Make a Difference During COVID-19 and How It Can Benefit You! Oct. 24 is Make a Difference Day. Did you know it’s the largest national day of community service? It was established to help encourage us to take one… Continue Reading →

Living Well With Type 2 Diabetes: Myths vs. Facts

by Kristy Hegner

When it comes to any complicated disease or topic, you will likely hear or read information on the topic from various sources, including the internet and from friends and family. Unfortunately, you can’t always rely on information you receive to… Continue Reading →

Feel Good Foods

by Jessica Malen

Your gastrointestinal tract is lined with a hundred million neurons – the same stuff that’s in your brain! This means your digestive system doesn’t just help you to process food, it also helps monitor your emotions. The function of those… Continue Reading →

Social Distancing-Friendly Outdoor Activities

by Maya Munot

According to the Mayo Clinic, outdoor activities – especially those that are close to home – pose a lower risk of COVID-19 spreading than indoor activities do. That’s because fresh air constantly moves, scattering respiratory droplets containing the virus that… Continue Reading →

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