Make time for Physical Activity

  Getting more fit and healthy is as easy as adding 30 minutes of activity to each day. You might think to yourself that even that won’t fit in your schedule but you can do it, and it is worth it.      Here’s a few tips for those who have busy days and little… Read More »

Cauliflower Rice

Riced cauliflower will soak up your favorite sauces and creates a nutrient rich addition to any dish.           Ingredients 1. cooking spray 2. 1 head cauliflower 3. 1/4 tsp salt 4. 1/4 tsp black pepper 5. 1/4 cup chopped, fresh parsley OR 2 tsp dried parsley Directions 1. Cut the cauliflower… Read More »

Walk, Don’t Run, Your Way to a Healthy Heart

  OK, so you’re not much into running? Or maybe you’ve had an injury and can’t run. Then just walk — every step you take is part of your journey to good heart health. In fact, walking briskly can lower your risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes as much as running, according to a new study conducted at… Read More »

Top Ten Tips for Healthy Grilling and Barbecuing

  Grilling is a fun and flavorful way to cook no matter the season – even if it’s cold outside! Who doesn’t love to cook together with friends outdoors in the summer and tailgate at the games during the fall and winter? The best part is that grilling can be one of the healthiest ways… Read More »

Healthy Aging Boomers and Seniors Expo

Healthy Aging Boomers and Senior Expo Speaker Flyer 8-1-2017

Healthy Aging Expo


Microwave Omelet in a Mug

  Who says there isn’t enough time for a healthy omelet in the morning? This unbelievably quick recipe is cooked in a few minutes courtesy of a mug and the microwave.    Ingredients 1 large egg 2 large egg whites 2 Tbsp fat-free milk pinch salt and pepper 1/4 cup packed fresh spinach leaves or… Read More »

How to Eat More Fruit and Vegetables

 Fruits and vegetables are high in vitamins, minerals and fiber and they’re low in calories. Eating a variety of fruits and vegetables may help you control your weight and blood pressure. So how can you eat more?   Which fruits and vegetables are best? That’s easy: They’re all good! If you eat many different types of… Read More »

Cool-Down to Recover Quicker

Cooling down after a workout can help to rest the body to avoid getting dizzy, reduce the build up of lactic acid, and to recover a little bit faster.       Cool Down Tips: Gradually reduce your heart rate by walking for 5 to ten minutes Stretch. Stretching while your muscles are still warm… Read More »

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