Contents tagged with Living Well Eating Smart
Events at Big Y
Celebrating Food is a fun and educational way to try new, different or alternative products.Big Y's knowledgeable Celebrating Foods specialists will … more
We have added a new natural, organic and gluten-free section to our stores!
Over 1,000 products
Diverse offerings from throughout the store
Convenient one-stop- … more
Weight Management Tips
Proper weight management is essential for overall health. Many diseases and conditions are associated with increased weight gain, as well as … more
Our team believes nutritious, better-for-you food can be satisfying and delicious. Whether you’re looking for a new snack recipe, comfort food … more
Living Well Eating Smart® Newsletters
Our Most Recent Issue
Living Well Eating Smart Newsletter - Holiday Hosting
November 14, 2018 - January 9, 2019
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Part of healthy living is acknowledging your individual health needs. Nutrition, physical activity, stress management and sleep all play … more
Looking for a little culinary inspiration? You’ve come to the right place! Walking through our stores, we love finding new and unique ingredients … more
Eating Gluten Free
A gluten-free diet can feel highly restrictive at first. But with a bit of practice, this new meal plan will get easier to follow over time. To eat … more
Ease your grocery shopping by:
Making use of Big Y's Gluten-Free shelf tags when shopping - COMING SOON!
Visiting the gluten-free … more
Healthy Baby, Healthy You
Chocolate Espresso Smoothie
This refreshing smoothie provides a nourishing energy boost along with calcium and … more
Living in a world of weight loss can be quite disconcerting for those trying to add more weight to their naturally lean build. Just as people who are … more
If you want to lose weight, there are a couple key questions to ask yourself:
Why? Make sure you figure out exactly why you want to lose the weight- … more
What is a Healthy Weight for You?
Throughout the years, you may have seen insurance charts that list Ideal Body Weight according to height. Unfortunately, what is … more
Maintain a Healthy Weight
Although your BMI may indicate you fall within a healthy weight range for your height, you may not be doing much to ensure you stay … more
Following a meal plan that is full of variety and Food Groups is essential for long term weight management- and good health. Below are some of our … more
Your body was meant to move. Whether you like to dance, hike, walk in the park or ski, let it do its thing! Daily physical activity does more than … more
Gluten Free Diet
Should you avoid gluten? Not unless you've been formally diagnosed (never self diagnose!) with celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis or non-celiac … more
NEW in our Natural, Organic and Gluten-Free Section!
Items Available In Our Living Well Eating Smart Natural & Organic and Gluten-Free Section. Not Available … more
Celiac Disease Resources
Here are a few of our favorite resource for living and eating gluten free.
Celiac Disease Foundation
The Celiac Disease Foundation is a non- … more
Do I have Celiac Disease?
Although it is said that 1 out of every 100 people has Celiac Disease, most go undiagnosed for years. Symptoms often seen in adults with … more
What's the Deal About Folate and Folic Acid?
Folate is a type of B vitamin that can be found naturally in foods, added to fortified foods and in supplement form. … more
Does Your Baby Need Vitamin D?
When baby is first born, the days ahead can be a whirlwind experience for parents. Between feedings, diaper changes, visits from … more
Is it Safe to Drink Alcohol as a Nursing Mother?
While mothers are advised to avoid all alcohol during pregnancy because of severe risks to baby, they have more … more
Baby’s First Bites: Is Baby-led Weaning Right for Your Little One?
How would you like to skip the phase of baby food jars and spoon feeding baby like it’s a … more
Tips for Going Plant-Based During Pregnancy
Going meatless? Rest assured, your needs can be met through a plant-based meal plan. Knowing the role certain … more
Now that spring is in the air and the landscape is turning green, your little ones might be experiencing symptoms of seasonal allergies: … more
When children help grow fruits and vegetables, research shows they are more likely to try a wider variety of produce and eat more than … more
Tips for Teething
If your little one has started teething, you may be wondering how to soothe her – particularly after recent action from the Food and Drug … more
Survival Tips for Eating Out
During the busy summer season, eating out can be unavoidable at times. Whether going through the fast food drive-thru or … more
How to Reduce Swelling During Pregnancy
When pregnant during the summer months, you may look down at the end of the day and notice puffiness in … more
Introducing Cows Milk
For the first 12 months of life, babies receive their primary source of nutrition through breastmilk and/or formula. After … more
Staying Active as a Family
October is the month when so many enjoyable fall activities begin and the options for family fun are endless. With so … more
Keeping Baby Healthy During Cold & Flu Season
Whether or not we like it, cold and flu season has officially begun. The typical flu season lasts … more
Tips for Staying Energized through the Holidays
During pregnancy, you may experience nuisances like breathlessness; aching legs and back; … more
Know Your Numbers:How Much to Gain During Pregnancy
Eating for two? While it might sound like the golden ticket to overindulge in extra snacks and larger … more
5 Energizing Breakfasts to Try During Pregnancy
On average, we spend about 12 minutes eating breakfast each day, with more and more of those eating occasions happening on the … more
Balanced Nutrition for the Breastfeeding Mom
Breastfeeding has many benefits for both mom and baby. Human milk contains the perfect combination of nutrients … more
Preventing Iron Deficiency
Feeling sluggish during pregnancy? You may need more iron.
Do you feel like you’re more tired or light-headed than you used to be … more
As a parent, one of the scariest things to think about is SIDS, or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. SIDS is a sudden and silent medical disorder … more
Finding Answers about Neonatal Jaundice
If your baby’s skin tone appears to be yellow or orange in color, you may be wondering if it is normal or something you … more
What is Celiac Disease?
Often mistaken as a food allergy, celiac disease is a genetic disorder where individuals have an immune system reaction to gluten, a … more
Living Well Eating Smart®
At Big Y, we believe giving you the tools to live the life you deserve™ truly makes a difference in living a healthy, happy life. As Big … more
Carrie Taylor, RDN, LDN, RYT
As the Lead Registered Dietitian Nutritionist for Big Y Foods, Carrie has had the awesome opportunity to watch the footprint of Big … more
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