Your July health to-dos are in! These health "to-dos" are easy daily health challenges that will help you accomplish your health goals. Last month we discussed turning off the TV, moving at work, and taking the health risk assessment. Let's see what lies ahead for July...
At under $2.00 per dozen, eggs are inexpensive. Plus they provide your body with essential nutrients and protein, making them a healthy choice for a mid-afternoon snack. Hard boiling your eggs is a great method for snacking because they are easily transportable and there is little clean up. Ever wonder how to make the perfect hard-boiled egg? Just follow these five simple steps to get that golden yellow yolk every time.
Can you believe that we’re halfway through 2012? It feels like just yesterday I was watching the ball drop, sipping champagne, and writing down what I wanted to accomplish in the year ahead. And now, here we are, six months in. Time flies when you are achieving goals!
Fresh corn is a great source of thiamin (vitamin B1), folate, fiber, and vitamin C. This grain is at its peak freshness. It is best eaten within a day or two of harvest when it will be fresher and sweeter and contains better nutritional value.
Unless you have your own backyard garden, or are lucky enough to live on a farm, you will be at the mercy of your local grocery store or farmer’s market. Picking the best and freshest corn is not always an easy task. Let’s see what we need to look for…
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