We were honored to provide some of our HEAL United teachers with 75 bags of PPE (personal protective equipment). We know they have had a challenging task this year and we value the opportunity to support them.
Taking a few hours to plan and prepare meals each week will make dinner a breeze and take the stress away.
You may have heard that dairy is unhealthy, but that’s not true. Dairy is an excellent source of calcium, vitamin D, and protein.
You’ve probably heard that dinner is an important meal that brings families together; however, it’s difficult to find time or motivation to cook a healthy, well-balanced meal every night. Here are a few helpful tips to make a make a HEALicious (HEALicious = healthy + delicious) meal part of your daily routine in an easy way.
Choosing healthy foods as you grocery shop can be overwhelming, but we’ve got a few tips to help you make the best decisions.
With the rise in restaurant delivery services such as Grubhub, UberEats, etc., eating outside the home has become faster and easier than ever before. We may be thankful for this technology; however, removing the element of cooking and eating together as a family may be more harmful than we think.
As we all find ourselves spending more time at home, you may be looking for ways to entertain your children. Engaging your children in the creation of mealtimes may be one of the most beneficial activities that you can create for them.
Eating out is not only expensive, it’s usually much higher in calories and less nutritious than the foods we make ourselves. Numerous studies show that cooking at home has multiple benefits, and is associated with a better diet quality and weight loss.
Finding time to exercise can be difficult, especially so if you juggle a work schedule and have young children at home. Encouraging your children to exercise with you is a winning solution! – We know that healthy habits established in childhood are more likely to...
Children naturally love to play and move their bodies, but like all of us they often need some encouragement and motivation. Good PE teachers and athletic coaches know that the key to getting and keeping kids (and adults) healthy is to make exercise less about “work”...