Part of our healthy lifestyles is our supplement regimens. This week, we want you to be up-to-date on our line of sports and muscle supplements, because we truly believe these formulas support your best workout and recovery.*
We also want to ensure that you have access to all the nutrients packed into any given capsule, tablet, chew or powder, so we focus on treating our supplements right as they go through each manufacturing process.
But that’s not where quality stops.
Ok, so it’s not a treat in the traditional sense, and it’s not necessarily “healthy” by design, but it is an alternative to a sugary sweet – and it’s sure to be a hit. Give temp tattoos of funny skulls, pumpkins, witches, etc. You could even have a bit of water at the ready if kids want to put them on right away.
2. Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels
You’re already not giving candy, but that doesn’t mean you have to be boring. Opting for treats that kids don’t get every day is just as good – that’s the whole point! This thing comes once a year. Make the treats you choose just slightly different than an everyday snack and you’ll be successful.
Choose pretzels with a yummy filling but no hydrogenated oils. Of course, a lot of kids aren’t able to eat nuts, so be careful about who you hand these to!
We’re so much less likely to crack our windows when it’s only three degrees outside. And we’re getting to that point right now, in mid-October, so the time is right to think about our homes’ air quality. Aside from forcing yourself to bear the chill momentarily (which we all should try to do at least once a week), what strategies can you use to keep your house fresh and your inhales healthy?
Our favorite: Buy some houseplants.
Here are our six favorite plants for cleaning your air this winter. Get thee to the nursery!
When we talk about supplements, we never indicate that they can treat, cure, prevent or mitigate any diseases. We don’t say: This pill will change your body! We say: This supplement will support your body’s normal processes.*
So what happens when those normal processes change as the result of treatments? Good news: supplements can still offer you support. *
To phrase it simply, both sets of symptoms are caused by an immune response, but to different things. While a cold is a response to a virus, an allergic response is facing off with an allergen – an irritant from the environment.
The main difference we’ve noticed: Colds go away, allergies last a while – and are potentially seasonal.
But sometimes you’ll only feel the allergic response for a few days, or roughly the same amount of time as you would if you were experiencing a cold.
That’s why these key symptom differences are important:
If you’ve ever taken a deep whiff of something that made you feel nostalgic, happy, weary, or in love, you know that scent has some serious power. Here are our five favorite ways to use that power to improve your life.
These questions are so pressing that we couldn’t let them percolate for hours, and just had to share our answers. Read on to learn about that weird burnt taste and so much more.
Great news, everyone! We’ve got a contest coming up that will knock around your creative juices and shake up your taste buds. It’s apple time.
Share your best apple recipe on our Facebook page for a chance to win a dedicated FoodScience video blog where we try out your recipe and share it everywhere.
If you’ve got the best classic apple pie this side of the Mississippi, please do tell. But we’re ready to think outside the crust. Salads, soups, casseroles, breakfasts, cookies – the possibilities are endless.
Bring it on, apple lovers. We’re ready for fall.