It’s an hour before dinner and your toddler is whimpering that she’s hungry. You want to give her something nutritious and light to hold her over without spoiling her dinner. Prepare something quick and simple using fresh fruit or vegetables or, if you like to plan in advance, have some healthy cookies or other baked goods on hand to give as a snack.
Fast food is a popular choice for busy moms as they can quickly pick up dinner while shuttling their kids around town or heading home from a long day’s work. While some fast foods are a nutritional nightmare, this is not universally the case. By ordering carefully and considering the potential health benefits of many fast food options, you can make your grab-and-go dinner just as nutritious as the one that you would have prepared at home.
Have a happy and healthy pregnancy by increasing the number of necessary nutrients and vitamins in your diet. Keep in mind that whatever food you eat, your baby will be eating as well, so avoid junk food, such as chips and candy, even if you are really craving them. Stick to whole grains, fruits, vegetables and good sources of protein.
Halloween is a googly fun time for ghouls, goblins, and, of course, bright orange pumpkins! With costumes and candy coming to a close, you might be wondering what to do with your once-spooky jack-o'-lanterns now that the Halloween celebrations are over. Fear not! We're here for you as we explore super fun, creative, and sustainable…
Welcome! It is a lot of fun to share a few health benefits of the featured foods in the recipes. Psychologically, it makes you feel good about what you are eating, at least it does me anyway and the jury is still out on how weird I am 😉 Please bear with me while I tease you with some nutritional mumbo jumbo.