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wellbeing

What to Know About Raw Cookie Dough

by Jen Bucciarelli

Is Raw Cookie Dough Safe to Eat?  It can be challenging to prepare a batch of homemade cookies without snagging a scoop of the dough before popping them in the oven – it might even be a fond childhood memory…. Continue Reading →

Sleep-Stealing, Healthy Foods

by Maya Munot

Four Healthy Foods That Might Be Keeping You up at Night While you may be doing a great job staying away from greasy, spicy and sugary foods at dinnertime, ever wonder what’s still keeping you up at night? According to Maggie… Continue Reading →

The Power of Gratitude

by Nishat Islam

When people think of having gratitude, they think about being thankful for what they have in their life. This might be a fleeting moment, only occurring during positive events. Practicing gratitude focuses on the acknowledgement and appreciation of your blessings…. Continue Reading →

Taking the First Step

by Megan Van Hoet

Like most tasks in life, one of the hardest aspects of exercising is getting started: taking the first step, signing up for the first class or jogging that first mile. Exercise has countless benefits including improved mood, better sleep, increased… Continue Reading →

Summer Skewer Combos

by Jessica Malen

Try the following combos at your next cookout – whether you want something lean and green or sweet and savory, we have four different recipes for you to try! Pineapple Pick-Me-Up Yellow summer squash, zucchini, red onion, sweet potato, pineapple,… Continue Reading →

Save Money and Peace of Mind With These Grocery Store Tips

by Kristy Hegner

Ever get overwhelmed when it comes to grocery shopping? Read on to learn how to navigate the grocery store with your health in mind, all while saving time and money.  Meal Plan Start with a meal plan for the week… Continue Reading →

Choose This, Not That: Added Sugar

by Kristy Hegner

Consuming too much added sugar, or refined sugar is much easier than you may think. You don’t need to guzzle soda or eat sweets regularly to consume too much added sugar. Added sugar is found in foods that are considered… Continue Reading →

Self-Care for a Healthier, Happier Life

by Jessica Malen

Why Self-care Isn’t Selfish While it might sound contradictory, practicing self-care can actually be one of the most selfless things you can do. When you take time out to for you, it revitalizes your life so you can be the… Continue Reading →

Chili-Lime Roasted Chickpeas

by Jen Bucciarelli

These are great as a healthy snack or salad topper for your springtime adventures or workday! Ingredients Servings: 4 Serving Size: ¼ cup 1 (15.5-ounce) can chickpeas (or dry chickpeas) 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1 lime, zested 1 teaspoon… Continue Reading →

Simple Shortcuts to Healthier Eating

by Kristy Hegner

Home cooking is a big way to eat healthier. Are you trying to prepare more home-cooked meals but running into the dilemma of a busy schedule? Healthy cooking can be quick. Discover several kitchen shortcuts to get the most out… Continue Reading →

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