Say “I love you” without the candy and chocolate this year (but don’t forget the flowers)! These healthy Valentine’s Day treats will leave you feeling the love without feeling the guilt this February 14th. 1. Sweet snacks with 0 added sugar A heart-shaped cutter will go a long way this Valentine’s Day. Fruit kebabs like these from Modern Parents Messy Kids are made with strawberries and grapes, but you can add your own favorite fruits Continue reading Heart Healthy Treats For Valentine’s Day
Who’s ready for a great game this Super Bowl Sunday? We’ll let the pros handle the football, but we’ve got the snacks covered! According Association for Psychological Science, Americans can consume as many as 2,400 calories during the four-hour game by snacking on pizza, hot wings, and other game day favorites. Yikes! We’ve found some awesome snack ideas that will give you the delicious flavors you’re looking for without hurting your health. We would love Continue reading Super Bowl Snacks That Won’t Ruin Your Diet
It’s no secret that kids prefer candy and potato chips over fruits and veggies, but sometimes it’s all about the presentation! We found these 5 creative snack ideas that will get your kids excited about eating healthier (and will make packing lunch a lot more fun)! SHOP: Fit & Fresh Bento Box Lunch Containers > 1. Sandwich Sushi Courtesy of 100 Real Days of Food Sandwiches are a lunch time staple – they’re easy to Continue reading 5 Fun & Healthy Snack Ideas for Kids
Protein powder has left the realm of bodybuilding to enter the mainstream market, appealing to consumers with its promises of improved health and weight loss. An astounding $11.1 billion will be spent annually on protein powders and supplements worldwide, according to the BBC. Where protein powders were once relegated to large tubs on the shelves of sports and vitamins stores, consumers can now get a protein boost from fortified milkshakes, granola bars and other common Continue reading Protein Powder – Is it Right For Me?
Vitamin D is also known as the sunshine vitamin. That’s because sunlight is our No. 1 source of the nutrient: The sun’s energy turns a chemical in our skin into vitamin D3, which Harvard Medical School explains is then carried to the liver and kidneys to transform it into active vitamin D that we can use to help fuel a healthy lifestyle. After all, vitamin D plays an important role in human health, protecting us Continue reading Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D This Winter?