While comfort food is welcomed all year round, we have a special dish just for you this winter! Try this quick, hearty, Farro “fried rice” to nourish your body with all the necessary nutrients, vitamins, and minerals.
FTOC has put together a guide on how to cope with feelings of loneliness or family troubles during the holidays.
It’s November, and you know what that means: it’s time to get up and active! We can all feel the cold coming on, so what better way to fight it than by getting your body moving? Get your sweat on with FTOC’s November workout!
As kids head back to school, FTOC wants to help you and your children instill healthy habits in your everyday life.
Don’t let these colder days stop you from reaching your health and fitness goals! We know your bed looks temping after a long day, but once you get your body moving, the feeling afterward is the most rewarding. Here are a few ideas to get up and moving this October!
All women should feel empowered to take control of their health, and there’s no better time to begin than now! To ensure your health doesn’t fall last on your to-do list, we’ve put together some tips for women to help them take charge of their own health.
Fall has arrived, and there’s no better way to enjoy the crisp weather than with this delicious and creamy One-Pot Pumpkin Pasta dish! Just throw everything in a pot, stir it together, and dinner’s on! It’s great with family, friends or by yourself whenever you’re craving comfort food this time of year.
Mammograms are a source of anxiety for many women. The truth is, they’re not always as scary as you might think. But unfortunately, some myths about mammography have been spread in an effort to scare women into thinking that mammograms are dangerous. That’s why we’ve compiled this list —and why you should know them:
September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness and Healthy Aging Month. A month dedicated to raising awareness about the importance of healthy eating, physical activity, and good nutrition.
We recognize that many people are looking for ways to improve their health and fitness, but may not know where to start. As the weather cools down and the leaves start to change color, it can be tempting to spend more time cuddled up and resting. But there are plenty of reasons to get outside and stay active in the autumn months! Here are a few ideas for September home workouts for you