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While you are practicing social distancing, you can stay fit at home. Take a look at this upper body home workout.
Learn some healthy cooking ideas with Chef Eileen.
How can you keep eating healthy while you are staying safe at home? Here is a list of healthy food options that you can add to your grocery list during this challenging time.
Live Light Live Right is happy to share with you the great recipes from the East New York Farms new cookbook.
Live Light Live Right is celebrating National Childhood Obesity Awareness month. We want to showcase some of the wonderful events our children take place in to promote healthy living, such as trips to the Farmers Market, learning how to buy healthy groceries at Western Beef, and the importance of fitness. To learn more about the award-winning work that we do at Live Light Live Right, please call 718-240-8125.
What Is Chia?
Chia is an edible seed that comes from the desert plant Salvia Hispanic. “Chia” means strength, and folklore has it that these cultures used the tiny black and white seeds as an energy booster.
Written By Judy E. Marshel, PhD, RD, CDN
Coconut oil, previously shunned by the health and wellness community for its high saturated fat content, is now a staple cooking oil in many households. It can be found not only in specialty health food stores, but at most local grocers as well.
While many healthy professional tout the benefits, many organizations such as the American Heart Association and the USDA continue to caution consumers against all tropical oils, including coconut oil.
The goal of the P.A.T.H. Program is to provide parents with a set of special skills, so that they can guide their own child/children in coping with his or her weight problem. Our goal is to teach the parent to become the teacher and healer in partnership with our expert doctors.
This will be a unique 6-week training program to a select group of parents in the following areas:
We will start the program on November 1st, with an introductory meeting that will outline the topics of the 6 weekly sessions. We are limiting the program to LLLR participants between the ages of 5-12.
Nutrition Know How….Tips to get through the school year!
November is upon us, and the kids are well into the school year. While most of us plan on what we will wear to school each day, or do we have all of our homework? Are you still struggling with, What do I eat for lunch? It is time to refocus your efforts as a family to ensure your children’s nutrition and physical activity habits are on track this year.