Just because you’re trying to eat healthy doesn’t mean you have to avoid summer barbecues and get-togethers. The best way I’ve found to stick with my clean-eating diet is to plan ahead. Here are some things I find helpful:
Tagged: healthy eating
Happy Tuesday Newsday!
By now, we all know that a healthy diet is important. (And if you didn’t know, it is. Trust us.) But why is it that most of us still don’t eat what we’re supposed to — is it laziness? Cost of food? Lack of time? Vitacost.com set out to find the answer in our latest poll.
Today’s news about the health benefits of popcorn is especially exciting to me – anyone who knows me well knows that I love air-popped popcorn. (I’ve gone through five air poppers in the past six years or so.)
So what’s the scoop? It seems that scientists have discovered that Read more →
Quote of the day:
“Fear is only as deep as the mind allows.”
I got this from a reader:
“I’d love ideas for my crew of three, whose vegetable intake these days is limited to broccoli and edamame (the only veggies they enthusiastically greet these days because they’re ‘fun’ to eat… everything else is greeted with tears and threats to fast rather than eat squishy squash or blechy spinach!). I’m sure I can’t be alone in my interest in healthy family eating ideas!”
Oh, you’re not alone, Sister. People ask me this every day. It’s funny because after we stopped being a label (“raw vegan”) in July 2011, at first, my five kiddos had no interest in eating anything green or live. Even fruit. Read more →
A little heavy on the starch, lean in the protein department, entirely too much dairy—looks like your meal could use a makeover. And talk about perfect timing—tomorrow begins National Nutrition Month, a 30-day, healthy-eating campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly the American Dietetic Association). This year’s theme? “Get your plate in shape!”
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