As part of our ongoing efforts to support the health and wellness of Kansas City, we’ve created the following guides to help you manage a healthy lifestyle and feel more confident about your health care decisions.
Our Beginner’s Guide to Essential Oils is the perfect guide for your exploration into essential oils. This guide provides a primer on everything from blends to diffuse to DIY beauty products and everything in-between.
Full of recipes tailored to fresh, local ingredients, The Farmers’ Market Cookbook is a great way to jump-start your summer shopping lists. The cookbook includes tasty recipes along with information about the Farmers’ Market and how to identify seasonal produce.
The Healthy Kids Activity Book is full of fun activities that teach kids about health and wellness. With ten pages of puzzles, games, and images to color, this print-at-home book provides hours of educational fun.
With a few savvy substitutions, you can make your favorite recipes a little healthier. Whether you’re concerned about weight, heart health or diabetes, the Substitutions in Cooking Guide has tips and tricks you can use.
Do you know the poisonous plants native to the Kansas City area? Could you identify those plants if you needed to? Breathe easy knowing you have the knowledge to keep yourself, your loved ones, and your pets safe with our Poisonous Plants Guide.
This clean eating plan will jump-start your health goals in just seven days. Created in partnership with Dr. Megan Schlick, ND, of Shawnee Mission Holistic Care, this weeklong clean eating guide includes a meal plan, grocery list, and recipes to help improve your mental clarity, control cravings, and even lose some excess weight.
The Overland Park Farmers’ Market has brought farm-fresh food and a vibrant atmosphere to downtown Overland Park for over thirty years. As the market’s 2017 sponsor, Shawnee Mission Health has partnered with MyHealthKC to bring you the ultimate guide to the Overland Park Farmers’ Market.
Research has shown that when we commit our plans to writing, we’re more likely to stick to them. Use the Exercise Planner to write down your activity goals for the week. Your plan should include active days as well as rest days.