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Coronavirus Shelter at Home Safe Family Guide

There is nothing more important than keeping your family safe, healthy and happy – that is the core of our company's mission. With the spread of Coronavirus around the Earth, we hope this guide helps you during this stay at home and shelter at home period. We will continue to add tips and advice to this Coronavirus Shelter at Home Safe Guide during this time. Click the images below to access the resources and articles in this guide.     

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Plant-Based Meals to Go

A big challenge of sticking to your plant-based diet is those times when you're in a rush or not at home. A great way to counter that is by having easy grab and go meals to take with you.  Here are a few ideas for plant-based meals you can prepare ahead of time to go: Bento boxes are a great grab and go option. Just get a small container and fill with a mix of fruit, vegetables, nuts, dip, if your diet includes cheese and meat you can include those diced up, whole grain crackers or pita points and/or dark...

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How to Reduce Toxins in Your Home

Your home should be a safe sanctuary, but the presence of toxins can threaten that. There are a number of things you can do, both small and big, that significantly reduce toxins in your home. Add Air Filtering Houseplants. NASA conducted a clean air study to determine which plants remove the toxins benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, toluene and ammonia from the space station environment. They recommended one houseplant per 100 square feet. The plants that removed all tested toxins were (see the full list and which toxins each plant removed): Peace Lily Parlour Palm Lady Palm Florist's Chrysanthemum Eliminate Non-Stick and...

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Family Bonding at the Dinner Table - How to Make Meals into Memories and Moments

It’s no secret that families dining together offer myriad benefits for bonding and childhood development. Statistically, there are decreases in rates of childhood obesity and fewer eating disorders among children who regularly eat meals as part of a family unit. Families who sit down to eat together are able to talk about the stresses of the day, which can help lower depression. For younger kids, sitting together at the dinner table at the end of the day encourages a sense of belonging and security. For older kids, it gives them the opportunity to feel supported and talk about whatever is...

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Cooking with Kids is a Great Bonding and Educational Experience

There are many great reasons to cook with your kids at all ages. It teaches them important life skills. It stimulates and compliments their school education – for example, measuring ingredients supports math learning. It encourages them to try dishes they might otherwise turn a nose up to. And it serves as a great way to bond with your children. Children can help in the kitchen as soon as they are able to stand on a step stool and reach the counter.  Here is a guide to cooking with kids by age, including safety tips: Safety Cooking with Kids Yes,...

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Healthy Keto Diet Tips

The keto diet has been shown to be wildly effective in many studies, yet it is often attacked as potentially unhealthy. There are many ways, however, to do the keto diet and still eat healthy and whole foods. Just because you can eat bacon and butter on the diet doesn't mean you have to. The keto diet is based on a simple principle: control the amount of carbohydrates consumed to put your body into ketosis, which in turn will allow your body to burn fat instead of carbohydrates for energy.  Those basic fundamentals have been used in many diets in the past, such as...

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How to Start a Plant-Based Diet

With many established health benefits, a plant-based diet is focused on encouraging whole, nutrient-dense plant-based foods such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts, and healthy oils like olive oil. It discourages processed foods, and reduces and limits the types of meats and dairy. What is the Plant-Based Diet? The plant-based diet isn't the same as eating vegetarian or vegan. In fact, dairy and meat is allowed (although some who follow it choose not to consume any or certain animal-based foods). Additionally, a vegan or vegetarian diet doesn't necessarily mean a focus on whole foods or avoiding processed food and refined flours and sugars,...

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5 Ways to Include the Slow Food Movement in Family Meals

The Slow Food Movement is the perfect antidote to today's fast food drive through, high-tech, social media distracted culture. It's also a great way to reconnect with the entire family to become healthier – both physically and mentally. The basic concept of the Slow Food Movement, established in 1989, is to prevent the disappearance of local food cultures and traditions, counteract the rise of fast life and combat people’s dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from and how our food choices affect the world around us. Here are some simple but high-impact ways to introduce this movement...

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