March is National Nutrition Month and healthy living is directly tied to what we eat and how it affects our entire body. This article breaks down the importance of fruits and vegetables in living a nutritious lifestyle. Remember Mom telling you to “eat your vegetables?” Well, according to the Harvard School of Public Health, that
In the winter months, most of us are plagued with cold and flu, seasonal health disorders, itchy skin conditions and infections due to lowered immunity. So, during this season, we need an active immune system and high metabolism to fight diseases. And, the one thing we can do for our bodies is to feed them
Winter is here! Tired of the same old recipes and appetizers you’ve seen all holiday season and ready for something new? Then it’s time to fire up the grill and give this healthy and delicious recipe from Florida Grapefruit a try. We love it because it’s made with 100% fresh citrus juices. Healthy and delicious.
Colds affect millions of Americans each year and cause loss of numerous work and school hours. The CDC reports that getting the flu vaccine is the best thing that a person can do to prevent the flu. This should be done yearly since the viruses causing the illness change and it is best done from
As the mother of a picky 8 year old boy who loves to take his lunch to school each day, it’s my job to make sure I provide him with healthy lunch options. One of his favorite foods is Chef Boyardee. Unfortunately this is a highly acidic food, and foods high in acid (i.e. fruits
The kids are back in school and when they get home they are hungry. The last thing we want our kids eating is junk food. So why not whip up a great after school smoothie that is good for them? Here is a recipe we found on www.smoothiefloss.tumblr.com. This smoothie is loaded with fruits and