Hope You Had a Great Thanksgiving!

We hope you will take this holiday reminder to begin truly celebrating your life.

End each day with no regrets.

We thank you, our friends, family and our extended family for all that you have done for us and all that you have trusted us to do for you.

We are indeed thankful to have each and every one of you in our lives and we are grateful that you have permitted us to be a part of yours.

Attitude is such an important and often overlooked component to one’s health.  Why not start having a new attitude today.  As a human being, one advantage you do have over all other life forms is the ability to choose where you will put your attention.  Why not put your attention on all things in your life in a way that will be productive and constructive?

Have an attitude of gratitude by continuing to give thanks past this Thanksgiving and you just may end the year healthier than when you began it.

In fact, that’s our goal for all of you…to assist you in making the lifestyle changes that will allow your health to grow year after year!

Remember this…..the single greatest asset you bring to every relationship in your life (think of the most important ones now) is your own health and well-being.  That’s right!  Your health and well being is the single biggest asset you have in your relations with others because, for many…if you go down…all else comes to a halt.

Be thankful for your health….We Are!

How wonderful that, as a culture, we have a holiday to remind us of the bounty in our lives to consciously express our gratitude…not just for one day….but for every day. Many claim that they don’t have that much to be thankful for.  Look at it this way:  Is there anything you don’t want in your life that you don’t have that you can be grateful for?  Sure!  You can see, hear, move, breathe…get it?  Get thankful and you will have more to be thankful for!

Nutritional Highlights of Healthy Kid Food Choices

Eggs are a great source of choline.

Choline is an essential nutrient for brain and nervous system development.
Eggs are also high in protein and are a good dietary source of vitamin D.
Eggs do contain cholesterol, but they do not contain a lot of saturated fat, which is the more important factor in raising a person’s cholesterol level.


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