Tamera Mowry-Housley Encourages Parents to Reclaim Family Dinner Nights

Tamera Mowry-Housley Encourages Parents to Reclaim Family Dinner Nights

 Family Dinner Nights, Encourages Parents,Tamera Mowry-Housley , health tips,
 As a busy working mom to two young children, Tamera Mowry-Housley, co-host of TV’s “The Real,” understands the daily challenge of juggling her time between home and work. However, family time is of the utmost importance to her, and she still sets aside time to cook meals with her family almost every night. She encourages other parents to reclaim family dinner nights, and there’s no better time to start than summer, when the days are longer and the weather is perfect for backyard dinners.
While it may sound daunting and time-consuming to prepare dinner after a long day at work, it doesn’t have to be. To make cooking easier, the RAGU brand has launched its new line of RAGU Homestyle sauces that have a heartier texture and a bolder flavor. Even the most demanding home cooks would be proud to serve new RAGU Homestyle sauces to their family, including Mowry-Housley.
“I’m a busy mom, but I make it a priority to set aside time to unplug and connect with my family over a meal almost every day — products like RAGU Homestyle sauces help me do that quickly and easily,” said Mowry-Housely. She partnered with the makers of RAGU because dishes made with quality ingredients are must-haves at her family’s table, year round.
RAGU Homestyle Sauces contain no artificial colors, no artificial flavors and no high-fructose corn syrup. “The great ingredients and made-from-scratch taste make me feel good about serving RAGU Homestyle pasta sauce to my friends and family,” added Mowry-Housley.
With its new line of sauces, the RAGU brand is honoring its rich heritage by using the tried-and-true cooking methods inspired by its founder, Assunta Cantisano, who started selling homemade pasta sauce in 1937. Made from a bold combination of vine-ripened tomatoes, onions and fragrant herbs and spices such as basil, oregano, fennel and ground black pepper, the ingredients are peeled, chopped and simmered to perfection. The result is a thicker and heartier sauce that hugs pasta perfectly, making it an easy choice for family meals.
With the variety of sauces available — Traditional, Meat, Mushroom, Roasted Garlic and Four Cheese — there are many summer-inspired dishes you can create. For recipe inspiration, Mowry-Housley recommends watching a delicious grilled chicken parmesan and zucchini noodles recipe video featuring RAGU Homestyle Traditional.

Hearing Loss Takes Center Stage With Free Test

Free Test, Hearing Loss,  Center Stage, health tips, health trends If you think you might be struggling with hearing loss, there’s an easy way to find out. There is now a scientifically validated test that you can take over the phone in the privacy of your own home. Bonus: It’s free for the month.
The limited-time screening is being offered by MDHearingAidin partnership with the National Hearing Test.
Unlike hearing exams offered in doctors offices, which use a series of beeps and hums at various frequencies and volumes to evaluate potential hearing loss, the telephone test uses speech and background noise.
“There’s a very high correlation between how you hear speech in a noisy room and your level of hearing loss as measured with pure tones in an office setting,” Dr. Charles Watson, principal investigator for the National Hearing Test, told National Public Radio (NPR) in an interview.
Watson says getting your hearing tested is the first step in determining whether you are a candidate for products that can help.
“It’s a test intended to be very, very convenient,” Watson told NPR.
The way it works is this: You log onto a website to receive a code, then call the phone number listed and input the code. The system will tell you what to expect and walk you through the steps to taking the test, which, Watson says, should be taken in a quiet room. Callers will then listen (one ear at a time) to a series of three-digit numbers with noise in the background. The test will get progressively more difficult, and the numbers harder to hear. The results are readily available, and those with slightly below or far below normal hearing levels are advised to seek a full evaluation by an audiologist.
Unlike vision problems, researchers say that hearing loss can be so gradual that it goes undetected for years, primarily because those affected are in denial.
Watson says his hope is that people will get the help they need.
To date, nearly 40,000 people have screened themselves for hearing loss using the National Hearing Test. Of these, 81 percent had significant hearing loss in at least one ear, if not both.

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