How to Create Healthy Lifestyles for You and Your Family
“We are a healthy family”… famous last words! Generally speaking, my sister’s family is rarely sick with an illness or cold. Then one day, everything changed. She brought one of her children, and later another, to the doctor for some ongoing complaints about their health. Fast forward two months, and after a slew of tests, she now has two children who have tested positive for auto-immune diseases. Life has thrown a curve ball, but guess what?! She is equipped with the knowledge that diet, exercise, supplements, and a lot of prayers can and will relieve symptoms and even put the diseases into remission.
Garlic Pesto Grilled Chicken With Veggies on a Bed of Quinoa
Trying to eat healthy while raising kids can be a difficult task. Our go-to meals have often been recipes that involve a whole lot of carbs. As I am working on transitioning to healthier foods, I have felt lost. Walking around Aldi yesterday, I decided I was just going to make something up and hope for the best. It worked! Winner winner, chicken dinner! Even my picky 15-year-old LOVED this meal!
Important Characteristics Of A Healthy Family
A healthy family starts with healthy adults, and building a family is just like building a house. You must start with a good, strong, foundation. The adults in the family unit are the foundation. It doesn’t matter if they are a husband and wife, a single parent, a parent and grandparent, or any other combination of adults. As an adult, your job is to create a substructure that the younger members of the family can walk on without fear of falling.
Getting Healthy in the New Year
Family gatherings, Christmas parties, office snacks, and so much more tend to pack on the pounds making you feel miserable by the end of the year. New Years always brings some hefty goals. Weight loss is one of the top New Years resolutions! What is yours? Weight loss is just a byproduct of getting healthy. Here are some great workouts, healthy foods, and a tool that you NEED to kick-start your New Years Resolution of getting healthy!
I’ve had animals for as long as I can remember. The message about animal cruelty and adopting a #ShelterPet is one that has gained ground in recent years, but the ASPCA is concerned with the welfare of farm animals as well.
Here are five simple ways to become a more aware and welfare-conscious consumer when shopping for your family’s groceries. Continue reading