Some links from around the web to inspire healthier living:
I dislike fad diets but they continue to fascinate people. Here is a great post about the Whole 30 Program.
There is a debate among nutrition experts on whether low-fat dairy products are beneficial. This post highlights some short term research showing low fat dairy may not matter.
People who get up early tend to be healthier and live longer, are more productive, and are more satisfied with their lives. Get some tips on how to become a morning person here.
Do you let your kids help in the kitchen? I wish I was better about this. My 3 and 5 year old's are really interested in helping, but I have a hard time giving up control. I really enjoyed this post giving ideas for involving young kids in the kitchen with more than stirring.
Did you know crossing the midline (middle of the body) is important for child development? It plays a role in reading and writing. Here is a post with 10 exercises/activities to help your child cross the midline.
What is inspiring you today?
Don't forget that Health Happens at Home,
Cranberry and Cream Cheese Crackers Recipe. A delicious and quick snack.
A review on the new 100 Days of Real Food on a Budget Cookbook!
Our family’s August meal plan - what’s left of it. With recipe and new book links
A simple grilled pork and plum kabab recipe!
Some links on ketogenic diet, soap nuts, relationships for optimal health, salad dressings and whether calories matter to inspire healthier living.
Our June meal plan with recipe links plus a quick update on why things have been quiet around here.
Links on weight loss, nutrition, sugar cravings and a curry recipe to inspire healthier living
A simple banana bread recipe sure to become a family favorite.
Our February meal plan with recipe links.