Nutrition

  • March 1, 2017

    5 Principles of Healthy Weight Loss

    It happens to all of us. The summer ends, and we become less active. Then the holidays arrive, and we overindulge in that gift bag of chocolate-covered superfruit. By the time January hits, the scale is showing some bad numbers, so we all resolve to hit the gym (and Costco...

  • January 1, 2017

    New Year’s Resolutions Done Right

    By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD Happy New Year! It’s reported that 50% of the American population set New Year’s resolutions each year. About half of those who do make resolutions resolve to make healthier lifestyle choices. While there are lots of opinions about the effectiveness of making resolutions, statistics show...

  • December 31, 2016

    Cool Season Recipes for a Healthy Winter

    By Corey Allred Winter is a time when many people struggle to enjoy a wide variety of fruits and vegetables because so many favorites are out of season. But winter gives us tasty cool season harvests like apples, pears, squash and root vegetables. One of my favorite snacks is Pink...

  • October 31, 2016

    Utah Food Bank: Giving Life

    By Rosario Flores As the holidays approach, families gather to celebrate another year. The holidays are usually a great reminder of how blessed and grateful we are for the things we have. Unfortunately, this is not the case for everyone. Many people all over the world don’t have a home...

  • October 31, 2016

    This Holiday Season, Let the Pony Nourish You…

    By Alesha Sevy Kelley, SGHW Magazine Thriving in the heart of St. George’s Ancestor Square, The Painted Pony consistently offers a great space for visitors and locals looking for a cozy space to connect and share a meal with those they love. And because we are blessed with such mild...

  • October 31, 2016

    Relax. . . Let Lin’s Marketplace do the Shopping

    By Jeff Callister Over 50 years ago, the first Lin’s grocery store opened its doors on Main Street in Cedar City, Utah. Founded and operated by Cedar residents Lin and Reva Orton, this first store was only the beginning of a great legacy of friendship, quality, and exceptional value. The...

  • October 31, 2016

    How to Turn Your Holiday into a Vacation

    By Dr. Coleen Andruss In Europe, “holiday” has the same meaning as “vacation.” Many Americans might laugh at this, because of the hustle and bustle and stress that often accompanies the holidays. So, how can we, like the Europeans, look at this holiday season as a vacation? Here are a...

  • October 31, 2016

    How to Avoid the “All-or-Nothing” Mentality This Holiday Season

    By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD   The holiday season is full of opportunities for celebrating gratitude, family, love, faith and service. Food is often a big part of those celebrations, as it should be! However, it’s during the holiday season that we are tempted to adopt an “all-or-nothing” attitude toward food,...

  • August 25, 2016

    Food Label Makeover – What has Changed?

    By Emily Fonnesbeck RD, CD At the end of May, many of you may have heard the FDA announce new food labels for packaged foods. The hope is that these new labels will be more effective at helping consumers make better informed food decisions. It’s actually been my experience that...

  • August 25, 2016

    Durango’s for Healthy Eating

    By Elise Shepherd One of the strange things about being a teacher is that the new year does not begin in January. I’m willing to bet that more teachers make resolutions in the heat of August with the onset of the new school year than they do in the middle...

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