Tagged: healthy food choices

Have You Got the Guts to Try These Unusual Healthy Foods?

There are a lot of funky foods out there that make us think twice before taking a bite. Some of them we can talk ourselves into, and some of them…well, we may need some time to consider. While I have full confidence that countries like India, China, or Japan could have offered a much gutsier […]

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Is Corned Beef Healthy?

St. Patrick’s Day is March 17th. Most likely you associate this day with leprechauns, green beer, and corned beef and cabbage. Did you know that corned beef and cabbage is actually more of an American tradition rather than an Irish one? St. Patrick’s Day is traditionally celebrated in Ireland with chicken, lamb, and lots of […]

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Superfoods To Make You Superhuman!

Christopher Reeve once said “what makes Superman a hero is not that he has power, but that he has the wisdom and the maturity to use that power wisely.” With an onslaught of food options, both healthy and otherwise, the ability to choose foods that will make us superhuman instead of super sick is becoming […]

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Eat Like a Wisconsinite in a Healthier Way

Beer cheese soup, kringle, sausage, butter burger, frozen custard, and cheese curds. All these food items are synonymous with Wisconsin, yet none represent the epitome of health. Not to worry my fellow Wisconsinites, our great state has several other (possibly) lesser-known healthy attributes. Check out these healthier Wisconsin foods so you can enjoy our state’s […]

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Healthy Green Menu for St. Patrick’s Day

Looking to get in the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day but don’t necessarily have a taste for Irish food? No problem! We’ve compiled a full menu of healthy green foods so you can get in the Irish spirit and not overindulge at the same time. Check out these 5 green recipes for your St. Patrick’s […]

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How to Talk to Your Kids About Health & Fitness

It can be a sensitive topic, but parents need to know how to discuss health and fitness with their children. If your child is overweight, you may be at a loss for how to help. No matter the age, talking to kids about health and fitness can be a difficult topic. Keeping the conversation on healthy habits […]

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Why the Word Diet is Often Seen in a Negative Way

As early as the 1920’s, the American Academy of Nutrition began to speak about the changes you made in the foods that you ate, as your “diet.” That is; any change that you made to improve health or for the better was a good diet. Today, in a more popular way, we can often be […]

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