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Don’t Throw Out Your Leftovers! Here’s How to Use ’Em Up

by in Healthy Tips, August 3, 2015

It’s a scene familiar to many households. After dinner is over, you carefully wrap up any leftovers and stash them in the fridge. Then, a week later, you find them rotting in the fridge and throw them away. So what’s keeping your family from finishing up food that’s left behind after a meal? Read more

What’s the Proper Serving of Nuts?

by in Healthy Tips, August 2, 2015

Add nuts to your list of superfoods: They’re brimming with protein, anti-inflammatory vitamin E and plenty of minerals. However, as with most other foods, portions do matter. Too many handfuls of any nut can quickly rack up hundreds of extra calories. Here’s a great way to remember the recommended portion size for your favorite nuts. Read more

Should Your Kids Be Juicing?

by in Healthy Tips, July 30, 2015

Everywhere you look these days, there’s another smoothie or juice bar popping up offering blends of fruits and vegetables in drinkable form. Even the refrigerated aisle at the supermarket is lined with bottles of similar sorts of drinks. They seem like an easy way to pump more fruits and veggies into your daily intake. And why not use the same method to supplement your kids’ diet? Read more

6 Brain-Fueling Foods You’ve Never Thought Of

by in Healthy Tips, July 29, 2015

There are better ways to fuel your brain than an energy drink. While fish is a common suggestion (salmon and sardines are indeed great options), there are plenty of other options. Here are six other foods that contain nutrients that are linked to better brain function. Read more

4 Things You Didn’t Know About Bottled Coffee Drinks

by in Healthy Tips, July 25, 2015

You can now pick up a canned or bottled cup of joe in many grocery stores around the country. Although a plain cup of java runs about 50 calories, many of these shelf brands add ingredients that should make you think twice before sipping. Here are four things coffee lovers should be aware of before grabbing a bottled coffee drink to go. Read more

5 Healthy Ways to Dress Your Hot Dog

by in Healthy Tips, July 22, 2015

Hot dogs scream summer and barbecue, and that’s especially true during July when it’s National Hot Dog Month. It can get boring, though, dressing up your dog with the same mustard-and-ketchup combo for every occasion. Instead, try these creative and healthy toppers that will give your old dog new life (or make the grilled chicken dog pictured above). Read more

How to Build a Healthier Potato Salad

by in Healthy Tips, July 21, 2015

One of the most-popular sides at a summer cookout is the classic spud-filled salad. Traditional versions, however, are drowning in gobs of full-fat mayonnaise, making it rather difficult to taste the actual veggies. Let the flavor of this tuber shine by making a lightened-up potato salad using these simple steps. Read more

7 Things NOT to Do with Summer Produce

by in Healthy Tips, July 20, 2015

It’s the height of the season for fresh summer produce. To help keep fruit and vegetables tasting their best, avoid making these common mistakes. Read more

Does Eating Fat Impair Your Thinking?

by in Healthy Tips, July 18, 2015

Eating a high-fat, high-sugar diet may have a negative effect on more than just your physical health — it can also be harmful to your mental health. A new study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry  examined how sugar and fat affect the normal bacteria in the intestine and the impact that has on the brain’s functioning. Read more

Order This, Not That: Healthy Airline Food Options

by in Healthy Tips, July 17, 2015

Between packing your suitcase, making sure you have the right travel documents and figuring out how to get yourself to the airport, making your own meal for the airplane might not be top of mind. If you’re not able to tote along a snack made from scratch, we’ve rounded up the best options to get you through a flight feeling full without feeling like you’ve started your vacation before landing.  Read more

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