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From bonfires, to sporting events, Halloween, pumpkin patches, apple-picking and more, fall has an abundance of fun seasonal activities. How do you enjoy autumn’s popular activities and heartier comfort foods, and still make healthier eating decisions?
The new school year is upon us, and my son, Topher, and I are on a mission to make it the best one yet. He’s a 6th grader, which means he’s now in middle school (sniff, sniff). And with middle school comes greater responsibility. While I will let his teachers define what this means in the classroom, I am going to work with him on what this means at home.
Midwest Dairy asked you to take the #Dairy3forMe pledge, and goodness you delivered! You shared the importance of getting three daily servings of dairy, and the real ways you incorporate dairy into a healthful diet.
“Let’s go, baseball practice starts in 15 minutes. We’re going to miss dinner, so grab something to eat in the car on the way there!” Does this sound like your house, always running out the door to the next event, leaving no time for a traditional dinner?
It’s almost Valentine’s Day and love is in the air, so what better time to “match” families to foods they love – like Greek yogurt and healthy smoothies – and will help them stick to a healthy eating plan packed with high-quality protein.
The amount of scary Halloween party recipes and ideas floating around the Internet is impressive. I want to celebrate the season and have fun like everyone else, but let’s get real. In my opinion, the kitchen is the scariest place in my home. Yikes!