Crunchy Chicken Salad – By Victoria Bruce

Healthy lunches are easy when you plan ahead! Whip up this Crunchy Chicken Salad tonight and pack your lunches for the next few days! Crunchy Chicken Salad Ingredients 2 cups chunked cooked chicken or canned chicken breast, rinsed ½ cup celery, chopped ¼ cup green pepper, chopped ¼ onion, peeled and diced 1 cucumber, chopped
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Chill Out this Summer – By Leah Whigham

With the temperatures running high this summer, finding ways to eat healthy and be active while beating the heat, are especially important. Here are some tips on both fronts: Eat healthy while staying cool: Try some new combinations for sandwiches and wraps. You don’t need to turn the oven on and it is a great
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Creating an Active Workplace – By Leah Whigham

In the last issue of our newsletter, we talked about Creating a Healthy Workplace and promised a follow-up on ways to move at work. Often times, people think of moving more as a means to burn more calories, but moving more has other health benefits such as improvements in productivity, sleep quality, stress management, and blood
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Creating a Healthy Workplace – By Leah Whigham

Most of us spend about one-third of our time at work, so it is no surprise that the work environment can have a big impact on our health. There is a lot that can be done in the workplace to help employees to be not only healthier, but more productive. Here are a few tips:
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Carrot or Pumpkin Muffins – Recipe Created By Leah Whigham

GET YOUR VEGGIES AT BREAKFAST! Please note that the carrot muffin recipe makes 16 muffins and the pumpkin recipe makes 12 muffins. These numbers need to be followed for the nutrient analysis to be accurate for each. The nutrient analysis represents the original recipe, but options for reducing fat and calories are noted in parentheses.
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