Nectarine Salad Bento Box

 

I had the opportunity to visit a local farmer’s market so I was inspired to make a creative salad. I first layered some chopped green leaf lettuce in the bottom of my Easylunchboxes container. I really let the compartment … Read More

Backpack Safety

Backpacks come in all sizes, colors, fabrics, and shapes and help kids of all ages express their own personal sense of style. And when used properly, they’re incredibly handy.

Many packs feature multiple compartments that help students stay organized while … Read More

Standard Process- Multizyme

Multizyme® Contains Digestive Enzymes to Support the Proper Breakdown and Absorption of Proteins,  Carbohydrates, Sugars, and Fats Enzymes are protein molecules that catalyze, or jump-start, nearly all biochemical activity in the body. Enzymes are  needed to digest food, produce energy… Read More

Fun Facts of July

Did you know….

July Fourth is the “biggest hot dog holiday of the year,” according to TIME magazine, with Americans reportedly consuming about 155 million of them on Independence Day alone!

July 18-24 is the week of “Everybody deserves a … Read More

Watermelon Rosé Sangria

In this pink sangria recipe, we’ve skipped the added sugar and used sparkling pink wine, elderflower liqueur and tons of fresh fruit and mint to create a delicious, yet healthy cocktail.

Makes: 6 servings

Serving Size: about 1 cup

Active … Read More

Listen Up: Children Rarely Need Antibiotics for Earaches

Ear infections and related problems are almost a foregone conclusion for most children. According to the Seattle Children’s Hospital, ear infections (otitis media) account for at least 25 percent of all pediatric office visits and an astonishing 94 percent of … Read More

Why do my arms feel like they’re “falling asleep?!”

By: Dr. Amanda Meyers 

Have you ever woken up in the middle of the night and you can’t feel your arm?  Have you ever picked your own arm up to hang it over the side of the bed so the … Read More

Taking the “Ache” out of Your Headache

By: Dr. Amanda Meyers 

Did you know 9 out of 10 Americans suffers from headaches?

According to the American Chiropractic Association, 95% of headaches are primary, meaning there is no disease involved, but the headache is the primary concern.  Primary … Read More

Backpacks, Purses and Brief Cases: A Balancing Act

When did it become customary for people to carry their lives with them?  A purse became the size of an overnight bag, a backpack is bigger than the kid wearing it, and brief cases hold laptops and more.  Convenient?  Yes.  … Read More

Fueling your Body through Nutrition

Nutrition and, more commonly, “diet” have become highly discussed topics. Some people are trying to lose weight, some trying to gain. Ponder this: what is the goal? Why do you need to lose or why do you need to gain? … Read More