Though I run the risk of being labeled a killjoy, I think it’s important for us to pause for a moment and ask whether we might re-envision how we celebrate Halloween while considering our simultaneous fight against childhood obesity. Is it possible to have both a Happy and Healthy Halloween?
Is it possible to have both a Happy and Healthy Halloween? Dr. Sean Bourke thinks so. Here’s a bit of background on the holiday.
Embarking on a weight loss program while juggling the demands of work, kids, and life can seem daunting, even impossible. You may wonder how you’re going to feed yourself and your family without cooking multiple meals while staying true to your health goals. The key is re-envisioning family mealtime.
When planning your veggies for the week, consider fresh sprouts. These little nuggets of goodness add interest, texture, flavor and a boost of nutrition to an ordinary plate of salad greens. One cup of fresh sprouts provides up to 5 percent of your daily vitamin C requirement, and 3 percent of your folate needs.
In honor of National Liver Awareness month this October, I share a common JumpstartMD scenario that highlights the transformative power of lifestyle changes to inspire an epidemic of health and well-being over illness.