Put down the phone. Guilt-free Chinese takeout is being made in-house tonight. You’ll enjoy the familiar flavors of soy, sesame and onion. But instead of the usual peanut sauce, spaghetti-style noodles are tossed with almond butter for a lighter, creamier taste. With a few extra veggies tossed in and a pair of chopsticks, you’ve got dinner in the bag…er, bowl.
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Break out the elastic waistbands – the holidays have arrived!
If you don’t want to be one of the millions who will gain weight between Thanksgiving and New Year’s, take heed of these helpful tips for surviving the barrage of parties, buffets and sweet temptations that await you this holiday season:
Fresh food is fabulous, but sometimes when you’re in a pinch, you need something a little more convenient. I’m a big fan of bars because I can throw ‘em in my purse and bring them anywhere, or keep a small stash in my desk drawer for snack-related emergencies.
Having tried many different brands and flavors, I will say that not all bars are created equal – which is why KIND is… well, one of a kind!
A common reason for choosing calorie-dense processed food over fresh fruits and vegetables is cost. Fast food “value” meals are advertised as being a great bang for your buck, with a sandwich, salty fries and a sugary soda all for one low price.
But is junk food actually cheaper than healthy food?
You’ve heard of cranberry sauce, cranberry juice and even cranberry pills. But what in the world are cranberry beans? The answer may surprise you. (It surprised me!)
Want to know exactly what’s in the food your baby eats? Whip it up right in your own kitchen! It’s a lot easier than you think.
Homemade baby food is a great idea for those on a budget, and for picky babies (or those with allergies) who prefer specific fruits and veggies. Plus, when you make your own baby food, you’ll know the ingredients are fresh, healthy and nutritious – with no fillers or questionable additives.
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