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5 Healthy Meal Ideas for a Romantic Valentine's Day at Home

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 2/6/18 9:00 AM

Practically all major holidays are going to have their fair share of indulgent foods, and Valentine's Day is no exception. Between the copious amounts of chocolate and the carb-laden concoctions of the average V-Day restaurant dinner special, it can be difficult to enjoy Cupid's busiest holiday without worrying about what it's going to do to your waistline. So is there a way to enjoy this classic love fest without turning it into a caloric cluster bomb? Thankfully, there is! Below is a romantic roundup of five delicious yet healthy Valentine's Day meal ideas that you and your significant other can share in the cozy comfort of your own home. 

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Topics: Healthy Living

Cooking Healthier Meals? Here are 4 Reasons to Get the Kids to Help

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 1/25/18 9:00 AM

Cooking is pretty important – after all, we need to eat to live. There’s no substitute  to  a real meal made with real ingredients, and teaching children to live off of processed foods and ready-made frozen meals  is  setting them up for an unhealthy diet later on in life. Below are four reasons to have your children help out in the kitchen: 

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Topics: Healthy Living

6 Healthy Soup Recipes to Warm You Up

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 1/18/18 1:28 PM

There’s something about a piping hot bowl of soup that just warms your bones no matter how cold it is outside. Whether you’re cooking for two or the whole family, soups are relatively easy to whip up in a snap. Here are six healthy recipes to help keep you warm all winter long.

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6 Reasons to Add Couscous to Your Diet

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 12/28/17 9:00 AM

Couscous (pronounced "koose koose") is a type of granular pasta made from a protein-rich variety of wheat known as semolina. It is a staple of Mediterranean cuisine, and is often used as a substitute for quinoa or rice in various culinary preparations. Since couscous has such a mild flavor, it can work well with both sweet and savory foods, which is one of the reasons why this classic side dish is so popular. But versatility isn't the only thing that couscous has going for it – this intriguing ingredient is also packed with important nutrients as well. Below are 6 reasons why you should consider adding couscous to your diet.

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Shake the Winter Blues with These Exercise Tips

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 12/21/17 9:00 AM

Winter blues – often referred to as "Seasonal Affective Disorder" – is a very real phenomenon that affects between six to 14 percent of the U.S. population each year. Some of the most common symptoms of the winter blues include lethargy, irritability and even depression. While cold, dreary weather can make anyone want to curl up on the couch and go on a Netflix binge, it's not the best route to take if you're looking to maintain good physical and mental health throughout the winter season. Try the following exercise tips instead to help you lift your spirits and shake those winter blues.

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Topics: Fitness, Healthy Living

5 Drinks with Benefits

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 12/19/17 9:00 AM

We've all heard the famous axiom that "You are what you eat," but what you drink plays an important role in your health as well. Of course, water will always top the list of beverages with health benefits, but what are some other drinks that can promote your well-being? Below are five good-for-you drinks that are definitely worth adding to your diet.

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What Happens to Your Body When You Overeat?

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 12/7/17 9:00 AM

The fun and festive vibe of the holiday season makes it incredibly easy to overeat at various parties and family gatherings. Add to that the fact that many of life's most indulgent foods tend to emerge during this time of year, and you set the stage for what would seem to be a "perfect storm" of overconsumption. Now we all know that overeating is not the best thing to do, but we might not know exactly why. Below are some key points that detail what exactly happens to your body when you overeat. 

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5 Friendly Ways to Increase Your Water Intake

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 11/21/17 9:00 AM

As science has exhaustively proven, drinking enough water is one of the building blocks of a truly healthy lifestyle. After all, dehydration and mental tiredness are just some of the immediate side-effects one can experience if not abiding by this rule. However, drinking enough water is often easier said than done, as our minds have a tendency to wander and disregard what's good for us on a daily basis. For that reason, here are five excellent tips to help get that H2O into your system:

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Tea: Which to Drink When

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 11/14/17 9:00 AM

Tea is the most widely consumed drink in the world (outside of water, of course), and in the minds of many, there's never a bad time to enjoy this beloved beverage. With so many amazing varieties of tea to choose from, how do you determine which ones to drink, and when? Below are some tried-and-true recommendations to help you keep your tea game on point throughout the day. 

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Topics: Healthy Living

6 Reasons to Add Sorrel to Your Diet

Posted by Five Seasons Family Sports Club on 11/2/17 9:00 AM

Among the many natural substances that have been lauded for their health benefits, sorrel stands out as a superfood to be reckoned with. This robust perennial herb is a derivative of buckwheat, and it grows in a wide range of climates, making it a prime candidate for a number of different uses. Along with bringing a sharp, distinct flavor that can embellish practically any dish, sorrel also offers an impressive array of health benefits. Below are 6 good reasons why you should add sorrel to your diet. 

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