Monthly Archives: July 2013

Kids in the Garden: Nutritious and Fun by Marisa Moore, MBA RDN LD

Planting a garden can be fun for the entire family. With fruits and vegetables conveniently growing at eye level, planting a garden can have a positive impact on your child’s health. In fact, a study in the Journal of the Academy … Continue reading

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The Blue Zones

This week I am attending the Florida Dietetic Association annual symposium in Orlando. The opening session was titled the Blue Zones and the speaker was   Dan Buettner, a New York Times best selling author. The Blue Zones refers to areas … Continue reading

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Coupons Not Always Budget-Friendly

Only clip or download coupons for items you need. Also confirm that the product with the coupon is the better value. Another brand or similar food, without a coupon, may cost less and may even be more nutritious. – See … Continue reading

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Don’t forget your SPF 30

Growing up in the northeast we didn’t really worry about getting a sunburn until the city pools opened for the season: right around July 4th. Living in Florida means every day is a potential “sunburn” so after a certain age … Continue reading

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