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5 Foods to Avoid
Because our diets tend to be high in saturated and trans fats, sugar and sodium, we should eat more fruits, vegetables, and whole grains. Proteins should be low in saturated fats, such as poultry, fish, and tofu.  And we should avoid certain foods. We've compiled a list of five foods to eliminate from your diet--or try to!

 

Sugar, Sugar Everywhere
Too much sugar is not healthful, and yet we gobble it up every day. How much is too much? How much is okay?

 

You Let Your Kids Eat THAT?

Parents need to pay attention to what they offer their little ones for meals and snacks. Eating habits developed early on insure good health as the kids grow and also when they reach adulthood. Let’s face it: Everyone takes a shortcut now and again, that’s life, but the more attention we pay to what our kids eat, the better off they will be.


 

Sleepover Success Playbook
Parents might dread sleepover parties. No need to fret! We have you covered.

  


 

Got a Craving? Here’s Why
What do our cravings really mean? Often what we think we want to eat, whether it’s a candy bar or French fries, is actually our body telling us that we are low in certain nutrients. These can be replenished in far healthier ways than reaching for the cookie jar.

 

Baking Tips
Before you dive into baking this holiday season, brush up on some techniques for surefire success. Now is the season for cookies, cakes, and gifts from the kitchen.

 

A Taste of Honey
Honey, a natural sweetener that is most commonly sold as a liquid, also can be found granulated or creamed (spreads like butter) or still in the honeycomb. It can be substituted for sugar in many recipes, but it may take a little experimenting to get it right.

 

Dreaded Sugar! How Much is Too Much?
Our kids are bombarded with sugary foods every day and it's the parents' job to make sure they make the right choices. Start limiting sugar when they are babies and toddlers.

 








 
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