Summertime Health Hacks
Posted by Healthy Living
June 23, 2017
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Did you know? June is National Fruit and Veggie month, and we want
to help you and your family make the most of it! We all know that eating fresh
fruits and vegetables are good for our health, but it can be hard to get the
servings we need every day. The American Heart Association recommends eating 4
servings of fruit and 5 servings of vegetables each day. So, as you start
setting up your tents for weekend camping trips, enjoying neighborhood BBQ’s,
and staying cool at the pool, refer to these helpful tips and recipes to ensure
that your family is as healthy as can be and making the most of Fruit and
Veggie Month all summer long!
Whether you’re sleeping in a tent or the back of
your pickup, check out these ideas to keep your campout going strong!
Little Preparation Goes a Long Way
Wanting to one-up Martha’s famous Fourth of July
pasta salad? Try one of these mouth-watering recipes!
Feta and Basil Salad
*P.S. They all incorporate produce that is in
season! Check out this list
to see more.
at The Pool
Temperatures in Utah have been at an extreme high
this summer, but we have the solution to help you and your family beat the
3-Ingredient Homemade Popsicles
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