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Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Men's Health

May 17 - July 11, 2018

How often do you take time for yourself? In the United States, women outlive men by 4.9 years. 2 With both heart disease and cancer being the leading causes of death for men in the United States, it’s easy to pinpoint self-care as an important factor in this gap. Make your health a priority and celebrate National Men’s Health Week from June 11 - 17, 2018.


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Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Easter Entertaining - March 22 - May 16 2018

As Your Family Comes Together for the Holiday, Accentuate the Warmer Spring Weather with New and Creative Offerings for Your Guests. From Mango-Centered Desserts to Mocktails Made With Tea Concentrates, Emphasize the Playfulness that Flavor and Creativity can Bring to Holiday Recipes.

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Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Heart Month - January 11th - March 21 

What if you learned nearly 25% of deaths each year in the United States were caused by one culprit? What if this culprit could be stopped? Would you do everything in your power to stop it in its tracks for those you love, as well as yourself? You can!

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Celebrate the Holidays - November 16th - January 10th

Whether you celebrate the holidays with family or get your friends together for friendsgiving, the months of november and december hold a special place in the hearts of many. Bring together the ones you love is a special gift that takes a bit of planning as well. Here are some of our tips to help you host through the holidays.

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Love Autumn? We Do Too! - September-November

For many, the prime time of year in New England is the fall season. As temperatures drop and foliage pops, nothing feeds the soul better than cooking up your favorite recipes at home. From baking to simply taking the time to create delicious mid-week dinners, let the cooking bug bite as the bounty of autumn fills your pantry shelves.

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