Trends and fads set the landscape for what and how we eat. Everyone seems to have a list of “good” vs. “bad” foods and most often it is based on what they hear, read, and see. Our diets consist of 3 macronutrients- protein, carbohydrate, and fat. In the past, fat has been the main culprit related to the incidence of heart disease, high cholesterol, obesity and weight gain. But wait, not all fats are bad.
This article is reposted by Mommy Status blog, with permission.
Some days I dream about just being able to stay home and chill on a weekday morning or afternoon with my son. However, there is almost no “staying home” for myself and my busy toddler. He is as active as they come and wants to be out of the house running around, exploring, and playing. I love this about him, but it also means that I’m on-the-go most of the day.
“5 Ways to Keep Your Heart Healthy and Happy!” is re-posted with permission from SheKnows. By Rania Batayneh
February is National Heart Month–and with the start of the New Year already a month behind us, it’s the perfect time to reinforce the healthy behaviors you’ve set out to accomplish this year! Below, I share 5 simple tips and strategies that will positively impact your overall health and wellness while keeping your H.E.A.R.T in mind!
It’s time to party … we are proud to announce that all four Somersaults flavors are certified Vegan!
To learn more about the Vegan certification and other products, please visit the Vegan.org website.
We are proud to be a part of the vegan community … and deliver delicious snacks that are dairy free, egg free, nut-free and a good source of protein!