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Hidden Veggies

Do you have a child (or spouse) that doesn’t enjoy eating too many veggies? Or maybe even yourself? Let’s get creative! There are many ways of adding vegetables to your meals in a way that tastes delicious. Whether it’s savory or dessert, let’s explore what you can do with vegetables. Puree One of the easiest

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Hydration with a Twist!

We all know that drinking plenty of water and fluids is beneficial for our health. It is recommended that women drink 11.5 cups of water and men drink 15,5 cups of water per day. But remember, 20% of those can usually come from foods. Although water is the easiest way to get your hydration on,

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What is Kombucha?

You’ve probably heard all the fuss around kombucha, but what is it? And is it beneficial for our health? Kombucha is a fermented drink usually made with black tea, yeast, sugar, and water. Although this fizzy drink has recently become popular, it has existed for thousands of years. It is estimated that this drink was

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What Are Your Nails Telling You?

Did you know that nails can tell you if there are any health concerns going on with your overall wellness? Our bodies can tell us so much about our nails, but it is important to learn when and how to pay attention to those pieces of information. Our nails can tell us about our liver,

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Lower back pain? Here are few exercises that can help

In the US, nearly 65 million Americans have lower back pain for a couple of different reasons. Some of the most common causes can be muscle or ligament strain, bulging or ruptured disks, arthritis, and osteoporosis. Although lower back pain is primarily seen in adults, children and teenagers may also experience it. Several factors may

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Grocery Shopping: Shop Smarter, Not Harder

Healthy eating can sometimes come at a price. But with a few tips and tricks up your sleeve, eating healthy can be super affordable and accessible. Many people think that eating healthy means eating organic, all-natural, unprocessed, etc. Of course, eating that way would be ideal, but financially for many, it is not. And that’s

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