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  • You Can Make Quick, Healthy Breakfasts For Your Kids
    July 12, 2015
    Getting kids ready for school in the morning is hectic but do not skip breakfast! Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and that isn’t just an old wives’ tale. Scientific studies show kids who eat breakfast perform better in school, are more likely to participate in physical activities, and tend to eat healthier overall. Kids who don't eat breakfast are less able to learn or stay focused at school.
  • Make Your Summer a Health One
    May 23, 2015
    When June rolls around, school is finally done and the summer begins! With that comes the challenge of staying healthy without the routine of school, activities, and homework. Here are some tips to keep your family eating healthy:
  • What To Do About This Year's Flu?
    February 13, 2015
    We are in the middle of Flu season and it is busy in doctors’ offices, hospitals and urgent cares all over town. If you have not gotten the flu vaccine, it’s not too late! You may have heard that this season, a strain of influenza appeared after the vaccine was already made. Despite this news, recent reports estimate that getting vaccinated still reduces a person’s risk of having to go to the doctor because of the flu by 23%. For that reason, it’s still a good idea to vaccinate your family.
  • How to Tame the Picky Eater
    January 08, 2015
    Is your child a picky eater? Is it only hot dogs or chicken nuggets? Most of us have battled with our children over healthy food choices. I had an especially picky eater but with patience and perseverance and a few strategies, she has come a long way. That makes me pretty confident you could try the same tactics I did and tame your picky eater. Ready to give it a shot?
  • Healthy Eating During the Holidays
    December 05, 2014
    T’is the season shorter days, family gatherings, and all the excitement that comes with the holiday season. All that excitement can make it feel challenging to keep healthy, but it is possible and it isn’t hard! Here are my best tips for living and eating healthy during this holiday season...
  • Portion Sizes & Servings: What's The Difference?
    November 18, 2014
    Figuring out serving sizes can be confusing, especially when we eat out. As you may have noticed, portions of food and drink at restaurants have increased. I can rarely finish some of those large entrees at restaurants. Combine the large portion sizes with a sedentary lifestyle and we can see why our obesity rates are increasing.
  • What does MyPlate really mean for you and your family?
    November 02, 2014
    In 1992, the USDA created the Food Guide Pyramid. It was a simple illustration to convey the elements of a healthy diet. The USDA updated the pyramid in 2005, however, there was concern that it was too vague. So in June 2011 the USDA introduced a new and simpler concept called MyPlate.
  • You Can Make Eating Healthy All Week Easy
    October 07, 2014
    We are back to school and let the craziness begin! There are after school activities, school projects, homework and so much more that takes up our day. As a working mom of 2 school aged girls I know how hectic life can be. So how can you cook dinner every night that is nutritious and flavorful? With some planning and a few pantry ingredients it is possible.
  • Joining in the Fight Against Childhood Obesity
    August 17, 2014
    One in three children is overweight and one in five is obese – a tripling in the last 30 years, which has led to a dramatic increase in type 2 diabetes among both children and teens. Facey is proud to participate in a new program to help slow this devastating statistic.
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