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6 Tips for Stretching That Dollar in the Grocery Aisle

6 Tips for Stretching That Dollar in the Grocery Aisle

Apr 19, 2017

Everyone needs to eat—but buying groceries for the family can sometimes feel like quite the expense (and an easy one on which to go over budget). However, with a little discipline and planning you can make your dollar go further in the grocery aisles.

Here are a few thoughts to keep in mind during your next grocery trip.

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National Nutrition Month®: 5 Tips for Improving Your Diet

National Nutrition Month®: 5 Tips for Improving Your Diet

Mar 15, 2017

Attention one and all—March is National Nutrition Month®. It’s the best excuse to improve your eating habits by taking up some new food traditions in your household, from simple, healthy breakfasts to getting your kids excited about fruits and vegetables.

Here are five tips for celebrating National Nutrition Month® the right way.

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6 Ways to Stay Physically Active While Pregnant

6 Ways to Stay Physically Active While Pregnant

Feb 15, 2017

It can be difficult to tell what to do and not to do in terms of fitness when you’re expecting. (Step one is to always ask your doctor first.) But the important thing to remember is that you should stay physically active during your pregnancy to keep you and your baby healthy.

Here are a few methods by which you can get some fitness while expectant.

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5 Reasons Flu Shots For Your Family Are Important

5 Reasons Flu Shots For Your Family Are Important

Jan 18, 2017

Flu season is upon us. As a parent (or expectant parent), it’s up to you to protect your kids from catching influenza this year. Luckily, the flu shot offers up the needed medicine to stave off this highly contagious and contractible illness.

Here are a few of the reasons why getting your children older than six months this year’s flu shot is a good idea.

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4 Ways to Curb Cooking Stress During the Holidays

4 Ways to Curb Cooking Stress During the Holidays

Dec 21, 2016

Holiday gatherings are great – family and friends nearby, enjoying a meal, celebrating the season. But when you’re the host, those family meals can get a little overwhelming. Luckily there are ways to make your hosting duties less stressful.

Keep these points in mind when you’re planning your big holiday meals this month.

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6 Foods to Avoid While Pregnant

6 Foods to Avoid While Pregnant

Dec 14, 2016

We’ve all made some questionable eating choices now and again. We tried that mysterious leftover in the fridge. And we chanced it with that week-expired carton of milk. But when it comes to eating while pregnant, there are a few more precautions you should be keeping in mind.

Make sure to avoid or reduce your intake of the following foods and drinks.

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8 Healthy Holiday Food Tips for Families on a Budget

8 Healthy Holiday Food Tips for Families on a Budget

Dec 13, 2016

The winter holidays are in full swing. If you’re in charge of your family’s seasonal menus, keeping things on a budget and as healthy as possible is probably a priority.

Try these tips on for size when you hit the grocery store this season.

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5 Key Benefits of Breastfeeding Your Newborn

5 Key Benefits of Breastfeeding Your Newborn

Oct 19, 2016

You’ve probably heard it before – breastfeeding, if you’re able, is always the way to go with a newborn. But why? What are the reasons behind preferring breast milk to formula for infants?

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Peanut Butter Cheerios Bites

Peanut Butter Cheerios Bites

Jun 10, 2016

Check out these easy and delicious Peanut Butter Breakfast Bites using mainly WIC ingredients! Delicious, easy to make and eat, and healthy!

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