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Five Effective Ways to Support Infants and Children to Develop Healthy Eating Habits (Part 1 of a 2 part article) I have fond memories of going to my grandparent's house after my grandmother had been shopping in the "city" (Lafayette). She would come home with boxes of things from O'Rears. Now mind you, my grandparents were the only ones who lived in their house, but she would buy a couple dozen cupcakes, a couple dozen Danish and who knows what else just in case the grandkids came over. The
Valentine's Day is known for its roses, big red hearts and vibrant pink and purple colors. It is a holiday meant to show someone how much you care for them. February is also known as heart month and what better way to spread the love than with a healthy heart? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. The good news is many of the risks associated
Even though we shouldn't be effected by the major winter storm that will impact the Ohio River Valley and the East Coast this weekend it is still a good time to talk about adverse weather forecasts that can cause possible power outages and compromise the safety of stored food.
I heard this morning on the radio that the most common resolution every year is to lose weight in the coming year. Unfortunately, that is probably one of the harder resolutions to keep because it is much harder to lose weight than it is to gain weight! Someone told me years ago "you didn't gain weight overnight, why would you expect to lose it overnight?" So with that thought in mind, think of weight loss as a plan to eat better and add exercise to your lifestyle. Here are some helpful hints to
Serving Soup Safely What could be simpler than eating a big, steaming bowl of soup. A hearty soup - made with veggies and meat, poultry, fish or dried beans - - can be the main dish for your meal. Add some crackers or bread sticks on the side and perhaps fruit for dessert and you're ready to eat!

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