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Market Basket of the Month is an educational program that was developed to create healthy habits for students. Each month, a different produce item is featured. Educational resources developed by WellSpan Health Community Health and Wellness educators are supplied to … Continue reading
From left, Courtney Lewis and Jess Ensminger of Family First Health cross Market Street in York Tuesday during Family First Health’s “Starts With Apples Campaign,” which encourages people to take control of their own health care through small changes … Continue reading
By Marta Smith Halloween is a nutritionist’s worst nightmare, and it’s just around the corner. Many popular candies contain sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, saturated fat, trans fat and sodium. You want the kids to have fun while trick-or-treating and you want … Continue reading
Packing my lunch each day for work really depends on what is available in my fridge or in my cupboards. It can be an adventure sometimes, and the results can also be a very strange combination of foods. I don’t … Continue reading
Packing a nutritionally dense lunch is sometimes more challenging than it seems. You forgot to pack a lunch the night before and hitting the snooze button one too many times has left you with little hope of eating anything healthy … Continue reading
I have a hard time when this time of year creeps around. I drink all of the pumpkin spiced lattes. I eat all of the apple butter, apple pie, pumpkin bread and sugary treats. I stop exercising because it gets … Continue reading
By Julie Stefanski, WellSpan Dietitian Unfortunately, kids today are not eating enough fruits, vegetables, or high calcium foods and are getting more treat foods than necessary. It’s up to us as caregivers to make the smart choice at the grocery … Continue reading