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Stir fry dishes are a wonderful way to incorporate plenty of healthy veggies into your diet.  An extra bonus is they are easy to make and can be prepared quickly, which makes them ideal for a weekn  Read More

 

February is Snack Food Month, but before you reach for the chips, pretzels, or cookies, think about how snacks can either help or hinder your diet.  Snacking can actually be good for you.  It ca  Read More

 

  Winter is the season when a variety of citrus fruit are plentiful.  These include clementines, grapefruit, Mandarin oranges, oranges, and tangerines. Citrus fruit are best known for being an exc  Read More

 

Cold winter days call for a satisfying and hot meal to chase away the chill.  Stews are the perfect meal selection–I like to think of them as soup on steroids.  They are packed with vege  Read More

 

Kale and collard greens are two leafy veggies that are plentiful during the winter months.  Great news since they are packed with nutrition.  Both are excellent sources of vitamins A and C, as we  Read More

 

Who doesn’t love fresh fruits and veggies? In-season produce may sometimes be more flavorful and certainly the price is usually just right, but there are times you may need a fruit   Read More

 

Food is like fashion …every year there are things that are “in style”.  For example, a few years ago bowls were really hot.  You still see them, but for a while every restaurant made sure they had  Read More

 

Happy New Year!  This is the time for new year’s resolutions and the start of healthy habits.  If you’re looking to really create a better you in 2018, there are a few simple things you ca  Read More

 

Christmas mornings were made for big breakfasts with family.  Let’s face it …you work up quite an appetite unwrapping all those gifts Santa brought, right?  One way to feed a large cr  Read More

 

Turnips are a fall/winter root veggie that doesn’t get as much credit as they should.  They’re very versatile (they can be roasted, pureed, boiled, or fried) and they are healthy.    Read More

 
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Janet Skibicki's Bio

Janet Skibicki is a working stepmother of teenage twins. Until her mid-30's, she was able to easily work in exercise and healthy eating. Now married with kids, she's found it harder to stay on track with her fitness regime, while trying to instill healthy habits into her family’s daily routine. Janet and h


 

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