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Healthy to a “T”: March is National Nutrition Month”

“Go Further with Food” is the theme for National Nutrition Month®, and its importance is timely for many reasons. Whether it’s starting the day off right with a healthy breakfast or fueling before an athletic event, the foods you choose can make a difference. Preparing foods to go further at home and within the community can have a positive impact, as well. Follow these tips to Go Further with Food.CLICK HERE to read more

Healthy to a “T”: Make 2018 Your Best Year”

New Year’s resolutions may sound cliché, but scientific research has found positive ties with individuals who write down and create an action plan for their goals and resolution success. Make sure you set yourself up for success, don’t take the easy road by choosing goals that don’t challenge or better you. Reach for goals to improve you or the community. Some examples to make 2018 your best year:
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Healthy to a “T”: Eat Smart Month”

Eat smart during November and get Healthy For Good™ with
Taher and the American Heart Association. The movement is
designed to inspire all Americans to live healthier lives and
create lasting change. Make small, simple changes today to
create a difference for generations to come. The approach is
simple: Eat smart – Add color – Move more – Be well.

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Healthy to a “T”: Cinnamon- Not only for Flavor”

The baking season is upon us and there will be many recipes using one of the most common spices, cinnamon. No doubt, cinnamon is one of the most delicious spices on the earth but also provides powerful health benefits. A substance called cinnamaldehyde, where the delectable flavor and scent come from, is responsible for most of the health benefits. Let’s review some of the evidence-based health benefits of cinnamon:CLICK HERE to read more

Healthy to a “T”: Benefits of Eating Seafood

Eating seafood is a healthful weekly addition to a balanced diet. Whether your seafood comes from saltwater fish, freshwater fish, or deep-water shellfish, they all are nutrient-packed. Seafood is a good source of protein, vitamins, and minerals, rich in omega-3 fatty acids and low in saturated fat and cholesterol. There are many benefits to seafood and here are just a few..CLICK HERE to read more