• NOVEMBER 23, 2016
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    Thanksgiving – Tips and Traditions

    Have you ever noticed that everyone has the “perfect” way to make Thanksgiving turkey? Some people use an oven bag and baste the turkey, others cover the bird in cheese cloth, some people grill their turkeys, others may use tin foil to lock in the juices, but have you ever heard…

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    • APRIL 24, 2020
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    Stretch Your Shopping with Shelf-Stable Foods

    Trips to the grocery store are limited right now for many, so now is a perfect time to stock up on items that have a long shelf-life!

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    • APRIL 9, 2020
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    Stocking Up On Fruit and Veggies? Don’t Overlook Those Cans!

    Canned produce can be a great way to help us eat a healthy and varied diet, especially when food options may be limited.

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    • APRIL 21, 2020
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    New Series: Tips for Managing Our Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Selves

    In our new series you will find expert tips to help you learn how to cope during this challenging time with dignity, strength, and courage.

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    • JUNE 20, 2014
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    Move

    Our bodies were made to MOVE, in fact, we have approximately 206 bones and 640 muscles all perfectly designed to help us move. On top of that research has shown that frequent moderate- to vigorous-intensity activity plays a big role in prevention of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, some cancers and obesity. The current recommendation

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    • NOVEMBER 19, 2018
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    Maintain, Don’t Gain This Holiday Season

    Maintaining good health doesn’t have to mean sacrificing all of the family dinners, office potlucks, and holiday treats we love…

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    • OCTOBER 12, 2016
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    10 Tips for a healthy Fall

    Seeya, summer.
    Welcome back, short days, crisp air and colorful leaves. Think of the new season as a fresh start to your healthy habits. Here’s how to enjoy your healthiest autumn yet.

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