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Barbecue Chicken and Potato Foil Packets

by Kristy Hegner

Cooking over a campfire can be a bit tricky if you’ve never done it before. The best way to cook over an open fire is to allow a large flame to develop first, then let it sit and give it… Continue Reading →

Quick Tips for Optimal UV Protection

by Maya Munot

Summer Has Begun; Make Sure You’re Using Sunscreen Properly for Optimal UV Protection! June is UV Safety Month. We hope you’ve started practicing sun safety so you’re protecting yourself from the UV rays while having fun in the sun! Keep… Continue Reading →

Get Better Sleep With the RISE-UP Method

by Megan Van Hoet

How have you been sleeping? Paying attention to your body and how you are feeling is one of the first steps to improving your health. Sleep patterns may have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, especially with the change in… Continue Reading →

Grilled Veggie Kabobs

by Kristy Hegner

Check Out This Delicious Way to Enjoy Grilled Veggies Change up your veggie routine by making these vegetable kabobs while you’re grilling up your favorite burger, chicken or fish this weekend! Prep Time: 40 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Total… Continue Reading →

Tips for a Healthier Sizzle This Season

by Jen Bucciarelli

Research shows that grilling meat can produce substances that when consumed, may increase risk for certain types of cancers. But nutritionists and cancer-preventers alike say with a few modifications, summertime grilling can certainly be a part of a healthy lifestyle…. Continue Reading →

Five Foods To Boost Your Brain

by Jessica Malen

If you’re trying to take care of your brain, it’s important to focus on fueling yourself with the nutrients your body needs in order to support brain health and optimal mental function. Incorporating omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants and B vitamins… Continue Reading →

10 Processed Foods Approved By Registered Dietitians

by Kristy Hegner

You’ve likely heard numerous times that you should avoid eating processed foods. In general, that is true particularly for foods that have sodium and sugar added during processing. The type of processed foods being referred to are highly (or overly)… Continue Reading →

Meal-Prep Trick: Triangle Tortilla Wrap Hack

by Jen Bucciarelli

After going viral on social media earlier this year, the triangle tortilla wrap hack is an easier way to assemble the what-is-sometimes-super-messy roll-up – think lunch burrito stuffed to the rim, splits and bypasses plate to drip on pants! Rather… Continue Reading →

The Last Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe You’ll Ever Need

by Jen Bucciarelli

Have a few extra ripe bananas lying around? Transform them into a batch of chocolate chip cookies with the help of just four other ingredients! These cookies double as a healthy afternoon pick-me-up or as an indulgence-free treat for adults,… Continue Reading →

Five Medical Appointments You Should Keep

by Maya Munot

There Are Medical Appointments You Shouldn’t Postpone – Even During a Pandemic! Does the threat of contracting coronavirus in a clinic or emergency room have you delaying routine (or even emergency) health care? No matter your answer, it’s important to… Continue Reading →

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