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Gratitude is top of mind for many during November, especially as we approach Thanksgiving. There are studies that indicate that feeling gratitude and appreciation more frequently and regularly can lead to more positive feelings, better sleep, and even improved immunity. Keeping a gratitude journal or...

  The autumnal equinox signals the start of autumn - a cooler, crispness to the air, the leaves beginning to turn crimson, auburn, and gold, and the apple orchard festivals in the countryside featuring hayrides, caramel apples, and plenty of cider. With the fragrant chrysanthemums and...

  Greasy and fried items from fast food restaurants, processed food and items with added sugar are some of the worst things to feed children, yet millions of youngsters regularly eat things that provide little nutrition and lots of calories. That’s why the number of children affected...

As a certified woman-owned business, Women’s Equality Day is a special day for NADI. Each year on August 26, we pause to remember and celebrate the perseverance and hard-fought victories of strong women who spent decades getting the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution passed to...

Grapes are the king of all fruits, with more tons produced around the world each year than any other fruit — around 72 million tons. And it’s no wonder. The majority of grapes are made into wine, while the rest are dehydrated to make raisins or consumed...

The humble pomegranate has such rich historical significance that some Biblical scholars think it might have been a bite of this forbidden fruit — and not an apple — that got Eve banished from the Garden of Eden in shame. After all, apples don’t naturally grow...

For thousands of years, healers and medicine men have used rosehip berries in treatments, tonics and remedies. The fruit of the rose bush (rosa canina) can be steeped with hot water to make a flavorful rosehip tea that is rich in Vitamin C, antioxidants, bioflavonoids, polyphenols,...