Author: A Healthier Michigan

Healthy and Affordable Gifts to Give this Holiday Season

  The average American anticipates spending more than $1000 during the holiday season. In fact, 58 percent of families go beyond their means and a quarter are willing to withdraw money from retirement funds, emergency savings or loans in order to fulfill holiday wish lists. When mapping out your holiday spending, consider the following...

Fall Fruit Turkey Display

Make your Thanksgiving dinner table festive with this fruit display shaped like a turkey. Help curb pre-meal hunger by snacking on some of these healthier fruit options. Simply pick your favorite fruits to add to the display. Looking for other delicious Thanksgiving sides to top off your feast? Check out...

Need Quick, Healthy Halloween Treats? We’ve Got Spooky, Fun Recipes Here!

Halloween is creeping up, which means that soon your little ones will be running around your neighborhood, decked out in costumes and collecting as much candy as possible! While you probably don’t need to cook anything super sweet this week—trick-or-treating will keep your little ones stocked with sugary goodies—you may...

5 Steps to Getting Your Best Night’s Rest in Your 50s, 60s, 70s and Beyond

Have you recently gone from sleeping soundly all night long to tossing and turning? There’s a reason: As people get older, they tend to have more trouble falling asleep and staying asleep (even though seniors need the same amount of sleep as other adults). This change could be due to a number...

Pear and Roasted Fall Vegetables with Green Tahini Dressing

This recipe is a great way to take advantage of abundant fall produce. It’s packed with healthy ingredients such as Brussels sprouts, pears, butternut squash, bell peppers, mushrooms and more. Brussels sprouts contain more than 100 percent of your daily vitamin C needs and are surprisingly high in protein. Pears...

Fall Harvest Underdogs You Didn’t Realize Were Michigan-Grown
Fall Harvest Underdogs You Didn’t Realize Were Michigan-Grown

When it comes to Michigan produce, it can sometimes feel like cherries, apples and blueberries get all the glory. But those three are just the tip of the grown-in-Michigan iceberg. There are, in fact, loads of other less obvious fruits and vegetables to be found here—especially this time of year....

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