Healthy School Lunches

School is in session! That is to say, whatever that looks like right now. Still, planning is key when it comes to making healthy lunches for your children. Therefore, for time-crunched families, that means scheduling time for grocery shopping—try weekends when there might be more downtime—and enlisting your kids to help pitch in on prepping. Most importantly, Healthy nutrition and taking responsibility for it are good lessons to learn early ...

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The Truth About Matcha

Matcha is a magical tea that has become synonymous with healthy living and well-being; it is super on-trend too. What is it about matcha that so many people literally eat or drink up? Here we spill the tea and share the TRUTH about matcha. Why should you drink matcha? Matcha comes from a Camellia Sinensis plant, but because this drink is made from the entire leaf it contains more caffeine than other green ...

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Keeping Healthy New Year’s Resolutions

Many people view New Year’s resolutions as a way to start fresh, and going on a diet is probably the most common vow people make to themselves. However, the truth is that many diets don’t last long and often people end up putting on more weight when they go back to eating “normally.” Instead, make sure you are keeping healthy New Year’s resolutions  by focusing on longevity wellness. A suggestion? Think ...

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Tips For Healthy Holiday Eating

This time of year is brimming with holiday spirt, shopping, parties, travel. And a host of menus make veering off healthy habits way too tempting. That’s not to say taking part in celebrations should be off limits. Still it’s best to keep in mind basic tactics and tips for healthy holiday eating to help maintain overall nutrition and wellness. This is especially key so that gearing back up after the ...

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Foods that Fight Aging

AGING ISN’T THE SAME THING AS GETTING OLDER. Aging is a slow degradation of our bodies down to the cellular and DNA level. Scientists are still trying to understand precisely what causes it. Still, outside factors such as stress, diet and pollution also play a big role. That’s where we as individuals can make a difference by eating foods that fight aging. Much of the damage results from free radicals. These ...

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