It’s common to see a candy dish sitting on a counter, at checkout or sitting on a desk when you walk by, and sight of this dish may cause temptations to creep up. Cravings brought on by this candy may leave us feeling sour; we envision our taste buds feeling satisfied with sweetness; and it’ll all be worth it until the bowl is gone, right?
Many of us take photos to capture memories, or moments in time that we want to remember. Photos are a great way to not only capture memories but also to capture perspectives. The one behind the camera has the power to capture an image that is unique to what the photographer is perceiving and experiencing.
The Family Food Cent$ Newsletter is published by Expanded Food & Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) and Family Nutrition Program (FNP).
Grocery shopping for you and your family can add up, especially if you aim to stock your pantry with nutritious foods each week. Simple tips such as meal planning, using coupons, and shopping seasonally can help you stretch your food dollar.
Did you know that walking is the single most popular adult exercise in the U.S.? According to the American Heart Association, walking is inexpensive, safe, easy, and a great way to get the physical activity needed to obtain health benefits.
Breakfast is the most commonly missed meal of the day, and one of the most important meals for kids and teens. For many people, by morning, the last meal was 8-12 hours ago. Breakfast is a great way to start the day by giving the body the energy it needs.
Dogs provide comfort and companionship to their human counterparts, but recent findings also suggest they have a positive impact on health at nearly all life stages. Similarly, the owner-canine bond can have beneficial effects on the health of your dog.
Eating healthy on a budget can seem like a difficult task if you do not have the right tools, tips and tricks. Purchasing and preparing tasty, affordable food can be easy! Just keep reading for some low-cost tips to eating healthy.
Herbs and spices come in a variety of forms and can be used to add flavor, color, and variety to food. Herbs, such as parsley or basil, are the leaves of low-growing shrubs, while spices like cinnamon or nutmeg began from the bark, roots, buds, seeds, berry or fruit of tropical plants and trees.
Numerous studies suggest children and adolescents skip breakfast more than any other meal of the day. For some, skipping breakfast means going 15-17 hours without food. It is estimated that only 38% of teens eat breakfast every day.