Eating right can be hard when those sweet cravings hit! These chocolate avocado almond oat bites help satisfy that sweet tooth while keeping you on a healthy-eating track.
Are you looking for a heat-beating and healthy treat for your kids this summer? Look no further! These frozen yogurt pops are packed with protein, fiber and antioxidants and are low on sugar.
Sweet summer treats like ice cream and s'mores can easily get in the way of your healthy eating goals. The next time you're craving a sweet treat, try one of these lighter options the whole family will love:
Add more greens to your diet for a nutrient boost while also adding fiber! Check out these simple ways to add more greens:
Are you feeling under the weather and want to strengthen your immunity? Boosting your immune system can help to prevent or reduce the length of infection. Lake Health's Integrative Medicine team recommends the following supplements for a boost*:
During this uncertain time, it can be easy for your health and well-being to take a back seat while your stress increases and takes a toll on your mental and physical health. Chronic stress can cause high blood pressure, increase cholesterol levels and more. Our Lake Health Integrative Medicine team recommends these natural therapies for wellness and stress relief:
During times of change and crisis like the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important to take care of your mind and body. While anxiety, fear and strong emotions are normal, don’t let them consume your daily life.
Have you ever wanted to try acupuncture? Now’s your chance! Enjoy an introductory session to acupuncture by joining us for a new kind of Happy Hour and leave feeling relaxed and recharged. This group session will allow you to experience the benefits of acupuncture focused on reducing stress and boosting your energy. After the introductory session, you can schedule a full acupuncture session or a FREE 15-minute meet and greet.
Thursday, April 2; 6 – 7 pm
Brunner Sanden Deitrick Wellness Campus
Get the nutritious facts about a favorite treat: chocolate!
Whether you're topping your burger or dipping veggies, many condiments are high in sugar and sodium. Be sure to check the ingredients lists and Nutrition Facts Label for sugar and sodium content, and be mindful of portion size. Registered dietitian Melinda Benz, RDN, LD, shares her favorite tips and swaps for healthier condiments: