Category: Recipes

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Bad Habits to Kick

No matter how health conscious you try to be, everyone has bad habits. It’s a normal part of life! But the longer you participate in these bad habits—like stress eating or sitting too much—the harder they are to quit. Don’t put yourself down. Make a positive change in your life by kicking the bad habits...

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Back-to-School Grocery Tips

Back-to-school season is upon us and there are countless things you need to keep track of—sports, schedules, homework, activities, and so much more. One thing that shouldn’t add more stress to your plate is food shopping, preparing, and packing. But with so much to consider and so little time, these tasks can easily get away...

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Healthy Recipes Using Fresh Seasonal Produce

The summer season is the best time to get fresh produce—farmers markets, CSAs, and orchards are open and filled with fruits, vegetables, proteins, and more. Frederick County is home to more than 181,500 acres of farmland, so you can get locally sourced food while supporting your community. Using these products, you can make delicious, fresh,...

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Healthier Swaps for Easter Treats

Easter is a fun holiday filled with family, picnics, and egg hunts. But the Easter Bunny is also known to bring a lot of sugar-filled candy and sweets. Between jelly beans, peanut butter cups, and chocolate bunnies, you’re looking at a large dose of sugar. Eating too much sugar can lead to type 2 diabetes,...

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Eating Healthy During the Holidays

The holidays bring fun, spending time with friends and family. They also bring a lot of food. With some classic holiday dishes traditionally being full of calories, fats, and sugars, it can be a hard time of the year to stick to healthy habits. But with a few tips and healthy recipes, you can keep...