• 8 Healthy Ideas for Adding Strawberries to Breakfast

    When it comes to fresh fruit for breakfast, many people enjoy the super sweet taste of juicy strawberries.  That’s a great thing!  Strawberries are packed with vitamin C, fiber, folate, and phytonutrients, which make them a healthy addition to your meals and snacks.  Eating this luscious fruit at breakfast time is certainly a good idea.  If you love strawberries just as much as we do, check out these delicious ideas for how you can eat and enjoy strawberries at breakfast more often!

    by Tori Schmitt, MS, RDN, LD

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  • Plant-Based: How To Healthfully Adopt a More Plant-Forward Eating Pattern

    Tori Schmitt, MS, RDN, LD

    The Dietary Guidelines for Americans share that a healthful eating pattern includes a plate filled with at least ½ plant foods from non-starchy vegetables and fruits.  Despite this, recent data shares that only 12.2% of adults meet the recommendations for fruit and only 9.2% of adults meet the recommendations for vegetables!

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  • The Ultimate Healthy Holiday Tips & Recipes

    With the holiday season well underway, you might be wondering what to serve on your holiday table – especially if you want that table to offer healthy options.  Have no worries, Foxy is here to help you have a healthy holiday with your favorite in-season produce items and healthy holiday recipes!  

    Written by Tori Schmitt, MS, RND, LD

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  • Prenatal Nutrition: 5 Reasons Why Vegetables and Fruits Are a Win for Mom & Baby

    Undercooked meat and eggs, soft cheeses from unpasteurized milk, fish high in mercury…for a pregnant woman, it might seem that prenatal food and nutrition advice is an exhausting list of the foods and beverages expecting moms shouldn't eat.  But, what moms should eat is just as important in the prenatal nutrition conversation since the mother’s eating pattern can impact her health and that of her baby.  

    By Tori Schmitt, MS, RDN, LD

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  • How Many Vegetables and Fruits Should Your Children Really Eat?

    Most children know that it’s a smart choice to choose vegetables and fruits daily.  But most times, they – like adults – simply don't eat enough.  Whether it’s because of the lack of availability in the home, fear of trialing new foods, or simply choosing other foods instead, most children fall short eating enough vegetables and fruit.  So as children head back to school this August, let’s give them something they can really say “YES!” to: colorful, delicious nutrition! 

    Written by Tori Schmitt, MS, RND, LD

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  • How To Set Summer Health Goals + 5 Nutritious Summer Strategies

    You know that feeling when you cross the finish line, when you check off a big item on your to do list, or when you finally hit that milestone you’ve dreamed of?  That satisfaction started when you began with a goal in mind – and this summer, we’re challenging you to feel that more often by setting at least one new summer health goal! 

    Written by Tori Schmitt, MS, RND, LD

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