• Children’s Health

    Dr. William Sears’ Prestigious L.E.A.N. Start Program Coming to Upson County on September 13th.

    by  • August 21, 2013 • Children's Health, Exercise, Wellness • 0 Comments


    THOMASTON, GA –   Renowned pediatrician Dr. William Sears’ prestigious L.E.A.N. Start Program is being held in Upson County for the first time at Extreme Gymnastics.   The program allows parents and caregivers to “experience” nutrition and play, tasting a lot of healthy food and learning interactive games appropriate for children. It also demonstrates simple...

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    Celebrate Earth Day Everyday with Safe, Non-Toxic Household Cleaners

    by  • April 22, 2013 • Children's Health, Natural Cleaning Products, Shaklee, Uncategorized • 0 Comments

    In honor of Earth Day today, I want to ask…..Have you EVER considered “Going Green?” My family made the commitment years ago, to use safe, non-toxic products in our home. We have seen my headaches & allergies disappear! I can rest easy as a mom knowing I am providing the best possible environment for...

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    How to Make Healthy French Fries Using Turnips

    by  • January 17, 2010 • Children's Health, Exercise, Natural Cleaning Products, Nutrition, Recipes, Stress Relief, Supplements, Uncategorized • 5 Comments

    I just never dreamed I would try this, but since we’ve been adding more fresh, local vegetables to our dietswe needed an idea for turnips. Frank Mason of the Bluebird Market suggested we try Turnip Fries. Since my husband  (AKA Pizza Doctor) is the main cook in our home, he got the recipe and...

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    How to Get Your Children to Eat Vegetables: A Simple Way to Sneak Veggies into Your Child’s Diet

    by  • September 13, 2009 • Children's Health, Nutrition, Recipes • 0 Comments

    If you are struggling to get your children to eat vegetables, then you may want to try this “sneaky” idea.  Puree vegetables in a blender and then add the purees into recipes your children like.  I did this for years sneaking vegetables into meatloaf, hamburgers, and soups. But, now there is a cookbook called,...

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