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What You Need to Know About Your Child’s Eyes

They are the window to your child’s world. Vision directly affects your young one’s ability to perceive, learn, sense danger and appreciate beauty. Yet it’s not always easy to discern if your child has trouble seeing, especially if they’re pre-verbal. Below you’ll find some…

August 16, 2017
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13 Vegan Recipes With No Tofu in Sight

If you’re vegan, you know that tofu is a staple. It’s a fairly bland-tasting protein that can soak up most other flavors, and it’s a popular option for many recipes. Some people are eating less tofu because they want less soy in their diets,…

June 13, 2017
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When You Have an “Un-Mindful” Moment

Mindfulness is defined as a mental state you reach by focusing all of your awareness on the present moment. You don’t linger on the past or worry about the future — you simply become more aware of the moment, analyzing your feelings. I try…

May 25, 2017
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Food Education in Elementary Schools Around the World

The following is a guest post from Mila Sanchez, a writer with a BA in English Linguistics living in beautiful Boise, ID. Her ambitions include traveling the world, studying languages, and taking pictures of her dog, Baymax. Connect with her on Twitter and Instagram!…

March 30, 2017
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A Morning Yoga Sequence to Boost Productivity

Most people associate yoga with deep stretches and relaxation. Others leverage its unique movements for a full-body workout rivaling any jog. But, because yoga engages the mind and the body, few people realize how powerful it is for productivity and stamina throughout the day.…

March 21, 2017
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How to Eat Out Less and Plan Meals More

Eating out at restaurants is so frickin’ tempting. There’s the instant gratification. The joy of sitting down and having your meal magically appear in front of you. The need to get a meal in somewhere within that impossible time crunch between work and soccer…

January 17, 2017
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12 Healthy and Unexpected Thanksgiving Side Dishes

Grandma’s buttery rolls, bread-bread-and-only-bread stuffing, Campbell’s-sponsored green bean casserole and can-shaped cranberry sauce. These Thanksgiving side dishes may be traditional and comforting, but no one would argue they’re healthy. If you’re brave enough to try and convert your only-tan-foods-on-my-plate relatives to the wonders of…

November 17, 2016
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Yoga for Gratitude: 5 Poses to Inspire

Practicing gratitude improves your mood and overall attitude about life, but that’s not all. It also helps reduce stress, which is no small thing when it comes to your physical health. Studies show that stress can increase the risk for heart disease, high blood…

November 10, 2016