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  • Diabetes in America

    Diabetes is on the rise in America.  According to the CDC in 2015, there are 100 million Americans who either have Type 2 diabetes or prediabetes.  Unfortunately, most people who have prediabetes do not even know they have it.  If this disease is left untreated, it can lead to type 2 diabetes within 5 years.

    Diabetes […]

  • Easy Anti-Inflammatory Lunches To Make At Home

    Anti-Inflammatory Foods are your greatest helpers to fight inflammation in your body.

    Inflammation in the body happens when white blood cells are released into the blood or tissues to protect your body against toxins, infections or injuries.  When your cells become damaged, your body releases chemicals that cause an immune system response.  Some of the symptoms […]

  • Banana Tips for Keeping Them Fresh

    Bananas are the world’s Number One favorite fruit!   They are loaded with potassium which gives you energy and they are also good to fuel your brain.  Bananas are green when picked from the tree,  they turn yellow as they ripen which is when they are very sweet. Finally, they turn brown and get mushy.  They turn […]

  • Why You Shouldn’t Skip Breakfast… Don’t do it!

    “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” we all know it yet about 10% or 31 million Americans do not eat breakfast. There are many reasons why breakfast is important for good health and why eating breakfast helps you keep your weight down.  Let’s take a look at some great reasons to eat […]

  • What Makes Millennials Tick?

    Millennials, also known as GenY, now make up the largest living generation in the United States, surpassing the Baby Boomers.  There are more than 83 million millennials and they are now the fastest growing segment of the workplace.  There are certain traits or characteristics they share due to the world and culture they were raised […]

  • Type 2 Diabetes and the Benefits of Healthy Fruits

    Diabetes is not caused by eating too much sugar.  It is true that people who have type 2 diabetes normally have higher sugar levels in their blood than those who do not, but eating sugar does not cause the disease.  In fact, in a report published in the British Medical Journal, people who had higher […]

  • Effect of Climate Change on Fruits and Vegetables

    Climate change can have serious consequences on fruit and vegetables.  As temperatures rise and extreme weather conditions such as damaging rainfalls become more frequent, there are more “false springs.”  In the past 5 years, we have had 2 record highs and 2 false springs with damaging late freezes.  We have also had record high temperatures […]

  • Fruit for Athletic Performance and Stamina

    Many Fruits are for Athletic Performance and Stamina but these are the best.

    When most people think about athletic strength and diet, protein is the most popular food.  Protein does build muscle and it also repairs them after a heavy workout.   Fruits and veggies contain micronutrients that are necessary for optimal health and performance.  These […]

  • Healthy Stuff to Buy at the Dollar Store

    updated 12-21-2016

    The Dollar Store or Dollar Tree Chain of Stores kind of horrify me!  There’s so much junk and unhealthy stuff but if you take a look at this list of 10 things to look for next time you are near a Dollar Store, you really can find some good stuff!

    1.  Frozen Vegetables.  Frozen is […]

  • Healthy Snacking to Stay Hydrated and Full of Energy

    Updated 12-23-2016

    Here are some really awesome healthy and quick snacking ideas when you spend long hours at work inside or outside.  

    1.  Sliced Veggies with Spinach Hummus
    Cut up carrots, peppers, celery and mix some fresh chopped spinach into plain hummus for extra energy!

    2.  Turkey Roll ups
    All natural turkey slices with no sodium nitrate with julienned […]