June 2014

June 2014

Dos and Don’ts for Green Smoothie Success

Green Monster Smoothie recipes have been making the rounds online lately. If you’ve been thinking about trying green smoothies, Anne Thacker, a registered dietician with Vitamix, and the mother of two young children, has a few hints for veggie smoothie success. ...
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Going Fresh While Saving Money

You don’t have to drain your wallet to give your family fresh fruits and vegetables. Frank Cangemi, owner of Miles Farmers Market in Solon, offers his advice on staying on a budget while buying the best produce. ...
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5 Clever Ways to Get Kids to Eat Their Greens

Convincing kids to eat healthy food can be a challenge. It’s worth the effort to get your child in the habit of eating — and even liking — good-for-them foods. These tips — including trips to farmers markets, new recipe ideas and more — can help. ...
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For This Baseball Dad, Father’s Day Is Tribe Time

Being a professional baseball player is an aspiration most little boys strive for. It was no different for Cleveland Indians right fielder David Murphy. This father of three has made his dream happen. And the work ethic his father instilled in him shows off on the playing field and at home in Westlake with his wife and kids. ...
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All-Green Smoothie Recipe

Getting children to eat their vegetables can be difficult. With this simple and delicious smoothie recipe, you can be sure your children are getting their greens without the fuss of actually trying to get them to eat a vegetable. ...
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Splash Into Local Watering Spots

Now that summer is here, whether you’re seeking a full-day trip or a quick dip, fast thrills to relaxing chills, there are some great water-themed activities — that are affordable or free — close to home. While we can’t cover them all, read on for some highlights to add to your family’s summer itinerary. ...
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Keep Kids Sharp and Avoid the ‘Summer Slide’

Summer vacation is a welcome classroom break for most students. The downside is that many lose academic ground and spend weeks or months in the fall making up for lost skills. Educators call it the “summer slide.” However, with standardized tests becoming increasingly important in school, students can’t afford to fall behind when summer arrives. ...
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