Nature’s Healthy Lessons Through The Seasons

Today’s blog post comes to us from Rebecca Heaton, a Colorado-based health enthusiast who has been writing about health, fitness, and nutrition for more than fifteen years.

Nature truly is our teacher. So if the sea of information on how to live a healthy life, how to eat a healthy diet and how to maintain a healthy weight has your head swimming, don’t worry—nature has the answers. They’re as simple as following and connecting with the cycles of the seasons.

Heart Healthy Meal Ideas That’ll Bring Everyone to the Table

Celebrate American Heart Month with these five delicious dinners both kids and adults will love


Hope, MN – (February 2, 2012) – There’s no doubt about it: Americans – children as well as adults – are getting fatter. Evenings spent dining together have fallen by the wayside as kids’ activities and other commitments have taken precedence over the family dinner hour. The result is a reliance on too many meals that come to us courtesy of a drive-through window, laden with fat, salt, and chemicals that are wreaking havoc on our health, gulped down en route to the next appointment.… Read More

Hate Liver? There’s a Better Way to Get More Folic Acid into Your Diet

Kick off Folic Acid Awareness Week with more delicious ways to get this powerhouse vitamin each day


HOPE, MN – (Jan. 9, 2012) – Reaping the benefits of a diet high in folic acid – the B vitamin essential for the production of new cells, preventing birth defects, and reducing the risk of stroke – is as easy as adding sunflower seeds and products to your daily diet.  These superfood seeds are one of nature’s top sources of folic acid and vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant that scavenges cancer causing free radicals, supports brain and heart health, and promotes healthy skin, hair and nails. … Read More