Time to move it, feed it, and fix it!
Healthy eating and physical activity are more important than ever. Visit us often for inspiration and tips on how to live better and grow stronger.
Kids can absolutely enjoy treats this Halloween! But it is important to find a balance. Here are some easy-to-make Halloween snacks and tips for how to incorporate some nutrition into your Halloween.
Even though we tend to think of them as hearty fall vegetables, pumpkins are actually a type of fruit – yes, fruit!
Kickball, tag and swinging across the monkey bars may be the highlight of your child’s day for more reason than one, but experts say recess is also critical for your students health.
Apples are considered a great snack food as an average sized apple contains about 90 calories and is about 85% water. That makes them thirst quenching and a quick energy provider with their natural sugars.