Tagged: healthy kids

Sports Nutrition for Young Athletes

Kids need calories for activities of daily living, health, brainpower, and growth. Children involved in sports need extra fuel for their athletic activities as well. Choose foods that are nutrient-dense in order to boost performance and promote overall health.

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Staying Active & Fit With Your Grandkids

Grandparents play profoundly important roles in the lives of their grandkids. Establishing connections with your grandkids is important to begin at a young age and can not only can create routines, activities and memories, but also hold you accountable to remain active to enjoy and build on these shared activities as they get older. Here […]

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5 Ways to Incorporate Family Exercise Into Your Week

Often times it’s difficult enough finding time to squeeze in a workout for yourself. Finding time for family exercise can be a downright chore. How do you get everyone together at the same time for a workout?! One trick is to rethink your idea of exercise. A workout doesn’t necessarily have to be lifting weights, […]

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12 Ways to Have Active Kids This Summer

Summer is a time when school-age kids rejoice; it’s a break from classes, homework, and schedules. Free time equals lazy time, right? Well, maybe in the minds of the kids. However, allowing them to make every day of summer a lazy day can turn into a wasted summer with some unhealthy consequences. Wondering how you […]

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15 Ways to Be More Active In Everyday Life

Wondering how you can be more active in today’s sedentary lifestyle? So many of us spend hours in front of screens, whether at work, watching television, or reading things online. This level of inactivity can sometimes lead to weight gain, fatigue, or an increased risk of certain health issues. In our experience, active people are […]

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Mom Approved Tips for Getting Kids to Eat Healthy

It is a common conversation between myself and young moms about how best to feed their young children. Often, they feel as though their efforts go unrewarded, and their children turn away from eating good fiber foods, such as, fruits and for sure, vegetables.

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6 Tips to Have a Healthier Halloween with Your Kids

Let’s face it, Halloween isn’t the healthiest holiday around. At least you can adapt most of your other holiday meals to include smaller portions and more healthful options. But on Halloween…it’s all about the sweets. So, what’s a parent to do!?

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