Welcome to Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine

Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine (BHL) is a FREE full color monthly magazine and NYS Benefit Corporation. Our mission is to provide evidence-based information to improve the health, fitness and nutrition for people of all ages. Find us at 2,000 locations, including all Wegmans and Tops stores, hospitals, medical and dental offices, fitness centers, cafes, restaurants, office buildings, libraries, schools, and select Tim Hortons and 711 stores. We are reaching 127,500 readers in print and thousands more online. We welcome writers, advertisers, and article suggestions. As a legally-incorporated benefit corporation, we embrace the highest standards of corporate purpose, accountability, and transparency for having a positive social and environmental impact. View our NYS Benefit Corporation Report and Contact us to learn more about how we can work together to achieve our mutual goals. We are also helping our clients with their own media and marketing needs. If you would like our help, learn more here.

  • March is National Nutrition Month

    Read the current issue of Buffalo Healthy Living to learn about nutrition for all ages, plant-based diets, organic food, great recipes and more.

    March is National Nutrition Month
  • Soccer for Success!

    Soccer for Success is a program that uses soccer to provide structured physical activity and nutrition to children ages 6-14 in underserved urban communities.

    Soccer for Success!
  • Celebrating Caregivers

    Don’t forget caregivers this season. About 43.5 million adults in the U.S. provide unpaid care to an adult or a child annually. About 34.2 million Americans provide unpaid care to people ages 50 or older yearly.

    Celebrating Caregivers
  • Heart Healthy

    Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States among men and women. What are you doing to keep your heart healthy?

    Heart Healthy
  • Special Issues

    Ask about a custom issue created specifically for your organization and distributed to the Western New York community.

    Special Issues

Kids Get Arthritis Too!

By Joan G. Calkins, MD Juvenile arthritis (JA) describes many autoimmune and inflammatory conditions but can also describe pediatric rheumatic diseases that affect nearly 300,000 children in the U.S. under the age of 16. JA targets the musculoskeleta...

Creating Healthier Neighborhoods

By Krista Ehasz What does a healthy neighborhood look like to you? What does it feel like? Taste like? Smell like? These are the questions that lead conversations when Create a Healthier Niagara Falls Collaborative asks residents to envision what the...

The Skinny On Sweet and Salty

by Peter Kates Food cravings are rarely for kale or cauliflower. More likely, they’re for something sweet, or salty. Here is what you need to know about these two substances. Sugar: Sugar is a carbohydrate that gives you energy. The healthiest form i...

Get out and Explore

By Shannon Traphagen The idea of being active in colder weather isn’t always appealing. But February is heart health month and maintaining a healthy lifestyle requires that we keep our bodies moving. Fortunately, Buffalo has many fun heart-healthy ac...

Modify Grooming and Beauty Tips for Winter

Winter may be a time for cozy sweaters and tall boots, but it also can be a season for static-charged hair and dry skin. Upon the arrival of cold weather, women and men may have to make some changes to their beauty or grooming routines to survive the...

Get Zesty with this Healthy Ranch Dip Recipe

Trocaire College’s Nutrition and Dietetics Program empowers graduates to become entry-level nutrition and dietetics technicians, registered in a variety of settings. With an interest in healthy living, the program is designed to meet the commun...

Older Adults Chronic Disease Self-Management Program

Registration Open for Chronic Disease Self-Management Program for Older Adults The start of the new year is often the time when people like to make positive changes for their health. Through People Inc.’s Living Healthy Program, a Chronic Disease Sel...



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