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School is in session! School certainly is looking different this year; however, one thing remains the same – your child needs a lunch to eat.
Knowledge is the best protection against becoming a victim of false nutrition claims, aka quackery. How can you tell a real expert from a deceiver?
Going vegan means eating an entirely plant-based diet. That means no meat, no dairy, no eggs and no fish.
With many of us spending more time at home, now is a great time to role model healthy eating and involve your kids in meal planning and preparation.
Summer is a great time to think about how to become the best version of you. Use some of the following tips to help you thrive this summer.
We share some substitutes for foods to help you still make a balanced, nutritious meal during the COVID-19 pandemic.
With all the different types of milk options, it can be hard to know what one is right for you. Every milk variety offers different nutrients.
Rebecca Stetzer, RD, gives nutritional self-care tips in time of this global crisis.
Kale is all the rage right now, but there are plenty of cheaper, healthier options.
There are benefits of drinking coffee but registered dietitian, Rachel Johnson breaks down certain health situations when you should limit your coffee intake.
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