The feast is over and now you’re faced with a pile of leftovers. How long can you safely keep leftovers? What should I do with these leftovers? We have your answers and a few tasty recipes to create using your turkey leftovers.
Whether you are one of the nearly 30 million Americans living with diabetes or the 86 million Americans with pre-diabetes, or you simply just want to live a healthier lifestyle, join the American Diabetes Association® to put good food and good health on the table during American Diabetes Month® this November.
It looks like Michigan is going to have another big crop of apples again this year. And, considering Meijer’s long standing commitment to buying locally grown produce, this means it’s time to get your hands on some Michigan apples at Meijer.
Celebrate your bones on World Osteoporosis Day October 20. Osteoporosis affects 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men over the age of 50. Healthy eating choices along with physical activity can help prevent osteoporosis.
September is whole grains month and a great time to get out of your grain rut. The Oldways 2015 Consumer Insights Survey found that the most common whole grains are whole wheat, oats, brown rice and corn. More people are eating whole grains, but it is important to eat a variety of foods. So this […]
Healthy Aging® Month* encourages all adults, especially those ages 50-plus, to improve their physical, mental, social, and financial well-being. At times is can be really tough to focus on the positive aspects of aging especially in a society that worships youth, but aging does have its advantages. Knowledge that you’ve garnered from life experiences, strength […]
Cans can help get you cooking more at home. More than 1,500 food items come in cans so you are almost limitless with options in creating meals for your family and friends. Recent research showed adults and children who frequently eat canned foods (six or more items over two weeks) have healthier eating habits compared […]
Sharing mealtime with your family can have tremendous benefits for everyone’s health. Research suggests that having dinner together as a family at least four times a week has positive effects on child development. Family dinners have been linked t…
It’s back! The fall Produce for Kids® campaign returns to Meijer August 30 and runs through Sept. 26. This is the perfect time to focus on your produce intake and pledge to eat at least one more serving of fruit and vegetables every day.
This week several news reports stated that nutrition experts were wrong—breakfast is not the most important meal of the day. But, don’t believe everything you hear. While a recent study suggests that breakfast may not promote weight loss, dozens of studies demonstrate positive benefits…