Is your child active enough? Why does it matter?

Kids Playing Basketball
Active play helps your child develop healthy habits. Encourage your child to get moving throughout the day. Simply playing on the playground, playing tag or even shooting around on a basketball court are all great ways to get active. But why does it matter? [Read more...]

Healthy Lifestyle Tips from the Pros

Woman Writing in Journal
During #HealthyWeightWeek (January 15-19) NOAH emphasizes the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle. This is a time for people of all shapes and sizes to eat well, live actively, and feel good about themselves. Your NOAH Care Team offers a few secrets in which they recommend and follow to lead a healthy lifestyle. [Read more...]

Balance in the Workplace

5 tips for a healthy lifestyle

Balance-in-the-workplace
Effectively seeking a balanced work/home lifestyle is not as easy as it may look. Finding time for healthy clean eating, active living and mental clarity can be tricky.
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Hearty and Healthy Winter Minestrone Soup


Loaded with fresh seasonal vegetables, white beans and a broth that is so flavorful – a perfect bowl of soup for a cold winter’s night!
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Oatmeal Energy Bites {Gluten Free & Vegan Friendly}

Oatmeal Bites
Prep Time: 10 min
Makes: 33-35 rolled balls
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Palomino Health Center Community Open House

Palomino Health Center relocated to a new, larger site in November 2017 – providing family medicine, pediatrics, behavioral health, nutrition, psychiatric, dental and community resource enrollment assistance. The new state-of-the-art facility increases our healthcare team’s effectiveness and reinforces our patient centered care model. With the expansion to a 16,000 sq. ft. clinic, NOAH is able to serve 4,000 patients annually with total capacity of 20,000 patients. [Read more...]

10 Tips to help families be active together

Family Excercising
Regardless of age, shape, size and ability, we can all benefit from a physically active lifestyle. Any form of exercise or movement of the body that uses energy is a form of physical activity. Did you know that the more you move, the less likely you are to develop chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, coronary heart disease, hypertension or stroke? [Read more...]

Roasted pork tenderloin with apple cider reduction

Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Apple Cider ReductionCook time: 25-30 minutes, makes 6 3-4 ounce servings [Read more...]

Pumpkin spice cream cheese spread


Kristal Burton

Kristal Burton
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist


There is nothing quite as delicious as pumpkin spice during the holidays. Unfortunately, many of those pumpkin spice flavored treats are major culprits in unwanted holiday weight gain. [Read more...]

Turkey chili stuffed acorn squash

Makes 4 servings

Kristal Burton

Kristal Burton
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist


My favorite part about fall is the food. Specifically the squash. Squash is packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals and is so incredibly tasty. [Read more...]