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Get your whole family involved in eating healthy and being active! Lead by example to help your family (spouse, children, siblings - anyone!) get onto a healthy path. These healthy family blogs will give you new ways to involve your family and loved ones in your healthy lifestyle quest. Remember - a healthy family is a happy family!

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SallyKetchum
Sally Ketchum has a nose for newsÖ when itís news about good food and proper dieting that is. This veteran writer ...

LisaDavisPhD
Lisa M. Davis, Ph.D., PA-C, C.N.S., L.D.N. is the Director of Research and Development for Medifast. She holds a ...

Stephen Cabral
Stephen Cabral, CPT/CSCS is the author of Fatlossity as well as founder and director of FitLife by ...

Mike Levinson
Mike Levinson is a former amateur bodybuilding champion and registered dietitian who holds dual degrees in sports ...

Maggie Moon, MS, RD
Maggie Moon, MS, RD is a registered dietitian, food lover, jazz dancer, and aspiring aerialist. She's not the food police, she's about ...

Sharon Palmer
Sharon Palmer, RD is a registered dietitian and author of The Plant-Powered Diet, which was named one of the best diet books in 2013, and ...

Recent Healthy Family Blogs
The 3 Step Process to Choosing Healthier Cereals
Posted @ 6:00am ET on July 28, 2014
Blog: Healthy Snacks with Snack Girl
By Snack Girl
Packaged cereal is a quagmire of marketing HOOEY. For example, I have seen Kellogg's emphasizing high fiber on its boxes of "Apple Jacks". Yes, you will get fiber with your sugar and artificial colors and flavors - but that doesn't make it ...
Creating a Healthy (and Beautiful!) Plate
Posted @ 6:00am ET on July 14, 2014
Blog: Fresh Ideas for Healthy Living
By Cheryl Tallman
Professional chefs work hard to create meals that not only taste excellent, but look just as great as they taste. No one can deny that a nicely plated meal looks great, but did you also know it's healthier for your family? Buffet setups and family-style ...
How Do You Define Self-Care?
Posted @ 8:00am ET on July 9, 2014
Blog: Mind Over Platter
By RosaSmith
Is it a dirty word? Growing up, I was told to care for my siblings, my mother, then my husband and children. Being a caretaker, it was effortless to love on those around me. Fast forward to 20 years later... exhausted on every level. The well was dry. I had ...
Plan a Picnic for the 4th of July
Posted @ 9:00am ET on July 2, 2014
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
The 4th of July is right around the corner! Prepare yourself for a hot day of parade watching and keeping your energy up for the fireworks by planning a picnic with your family. First thing you need to remember for a picnic is keeping hot foods hot ...
Summer Plans Ruining Your Workout/Diet Routines?
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 30, 2014
Blog: Fitness Expert Katrina
By FitnessExpertKatrina
People always ask me how to stay active when they work all week long and on the weekends their summer is filled. These plans are mostly barbeques, graduation parties, family and friend parties, weddings and small trips where exercise is out of the question ...
Plan a Healthy Picnic!
Posted @ 9:00am ET on June 18, 2014
Blog: Dietitian Consult
By DietitianConsult
Picnics are a great way to enjoy the summer weather. When planning your picnic menu, you want to make sure you pick foods that require limited preparation and don't need to be reheated once you get there. On a diet, this may seem a little tricky since a ...
Dear Mrs. Obama...
Posted @ 7:00am ET on June 6, 2014
Blog: Where Science Meets Sin
By DoctorAbby
Dear Mrs. Obama, Michelle Obama recently wrote to the New York Times, discussing her efforts to fight the "epidemic of childhood obesity" in our country. She said, "Research indicated that kids needed less sugar, salt and fat in their diets, so we ...
Portion Control: Tips to Manage Weight, Eat Better
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 2, 2014
Blog: The Wellness Experience
By SpaFinder
By Amy Sung, SpaFinder The misconception of "bigger is better" is leading Americans down a road of obesity and diabetes, and while part of this problem is the content of the food itself, portion sizes contribute to the issue just as much. We've all ...
If It's Cruciferous, It's Good for Us!
Posted @ 6:00am ET on June 2, 2014
Blog: Saving Dinner
By TheDinnerDiva
Dinner Diva: If It's Cruciferous, It's Good for Us! By: Leanne Ely Bok choy, kale, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and broccoli. What do all these things have in common? (Besides starting with B's or a hard "C" sound.) These superheroes of the ...
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