During the winter time, many of us look forward to the days when the sun is shining, the air is warm and we can grill outside.
We're a month into 2014 and many people might be finding it difficult to stick to their New Year's resolutions to get fit.
Many people hope for prosperity when a new year comes and around the world, there are a lot of food traditions tied to that idea.
Jennifer Pascua, Valerie Lego, and Erin Zacek spent a couple of months working to get in shape and improve their health by cross training.
We're going to try to help you find ways to make exercising something you will want to stick with for years to come.
More and more people going gluten free. Incorporating that idea into your holiday dinners isn't as hard as you might think.
Here's the good news, between Thanksgiving and New Year's, the National Institutes of Health found the average weight gain is only about a pound.
There is a lot of tradition around a holiday meal.
There are many foods that are good for helping your body keep cancer away.
Besides being an on air personality, she loves competing in endurance sports like marathons and triathlons.
It has turned cold in West Michigan and it won't be long before the snow really starts to fall.