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January is National Oatmeal Month

Whole grains are an important parts of the major five food groups. They contain a high content of dietary fiber, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, folate, and other minerals. Oats are a great way to get in more whole grains in your diet!

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Coconut Almond Granola Bars

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Lazy Morning Muesli with Apple and Walnut Crumble

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Walk With a Doc

Walking is a perfect exercise. It’s low-impact, easy to do, and can be done just about anywhere. American Academy of Pediatrics is launching a Walk with a Doc Program to encourage families with children to walk!

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Achieve Your Goals For the New Year

Ask yourself – is there anything that you would like to work on? Are there any barriers have gotten in the way previously? What did you do to overcome them? An important part of goal setting is to have a plan on how to achieve those goals.

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Local Parenting Classes

The Clark County Department of Human Services offers parenting classes FREE to the public! Each class is 6-8 weeks long. Classes are by appointment only and fill up quickly.

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7 Ways to Tackle Your Cravings

You don’t have to be defeated by your food cravings. Follow these tips and you will be in a better position to manage your cravings.

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6 Common Nutrition Myths

The internet is full of conflicting information about diet and weight loss. We’re here to set the record straight on some common nutrition myths.

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Holiday Volunteer Opportunities for Families 2016

Have you found yourself wanting to volunteer and serve in the community but don’t know where to look? Well, look no further, we’ve got a list of places where you can get involved!

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Tips to Healthy Eating for the Holidays

According to the Calorie Control Council, the average holiday dinner alone can add up to 3,000 calories and another 1,500 calories from appetizers and drinks. We’ve got some tips to help you stay on track!

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