National Celiac Disease Awareness Day started in 2005 on September 13th when the first piece of literature discussing the disease and the diet change that is necessary to treat the disease was published by physician Dr. Samuel Gee. Observing September 13th is pretty simple - share tips, tricks, and resources to help educate so people have a better understanding of the disease and how it needs to be treated
We're pretty sure most parents are a little stumped trying to navigate this new way of life amid the COVID-19 guidelines and schools opting for at-home learning. Figuring out the new work-life balance is one thing, but having to come up with lunch and snack prep to keep you and the kids going all day, every day can be overwhelming in itself. It may be easy to have pre-packaged goods on hand to just grab and go, but it's incredibly important to ensure that kids are getting optimal nutrients not only for growth but for immune strength.
Here at LivBar, we strive towards being waste-free and believe that baby steps lead to habits which lead to long term success. The Plastic Free Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that shares a lot of the same values as us which is why we want to show our support during Plastic Free July and help give you some tips and tricks recommended by the organization.
Here at LivBar we acknowledge the existence of superfoods because there's a wide variety of amazing foods that are readily available and have the power to help prevent disease and lead to longevity when consumed on a regular basis. We use some of these incredible ingredients to create our Superfood Bars that help keep you full and provide many essential, valuable nutrients when you need an on-the-go snack!
The terms food allergies, food intolerance, and food sensitivities are becoming more and more common as time goes on and individuals are noticing reactions to certain foods. So what do these all mean and how do you know what's in the food you buy?
We all know Mother's Day looks a little bit different this year -in fact, everything looks a bit different right now! Since we are all unable to go see our moms and give them a big, much needed hug, we decided to find ways to make our moms feel extra special this Mother's Day.
We don't know about you guys, but when Spring time rolls around in the Pacific Northwest, the sun starts to make a more frequent appearance, the trees change colors, and Farmer's Markets and local produce stands are even more abundant in fresh fruits and vegetables. We've all heard that eating locally and in-season has great benefits, but why? And how can we do that this Spring season?
Large beaded necklaces, big top hats, shamrock-shaped glasses, tutu's, and all green everything - that's St. Patrick's Day, right? Oh and beer, don't forget the beer! If you're someone who isn't into dressing up, going out and drinking, then we have a new idea for going green St. Patrick's Day - get back to the basics.