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Eating a balanced diet of fresh, whole foods is a very important part of being healthy, but there are other things that are also important. Explore the posts below for tips to put you and your family on a path to better health.

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Eat fewer processed foods, and eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.
Sometimes it takes time to find the foods that make you feel full.
Osteoporosis risk can be reduced through proper diet and physical activity.
You can reduce the risk of heart disease with healthy habits.
Changing our diet can reduce our risk of diabetes.
Get your blood pressure checked regularly to make sure it's at a healthy level.
Roasting is an easy and tasty way to prepare food.
Broiling cooks meat quickly without drying it out.
Steaming is a quick and healthy way to cook foods.
Sautéing uses less oil than frying, but foods are still tasty.
Rethink your drink and choose water more often
Limiting screen time means healthier kids.

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