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Get your kids eating healthy. Here’s how you can give your kids snacks and still have them eating healthy. 1. Apples and dip Apples are a healthy snack kids can enjoy any time. Pack a few apple slices and some caramel or peanut butter dip. Your kids will love it. 2. Celery and peanut butter Celery is one of the healthiest foods your kids can eat. You can...

Looking to Spice up your Food? Check out some of the best condiments that are sure to spice up your meal 1. Very Flavorful Vinegar Low in calories and carbs, and free of fat and salt, vinegar adds a burst of flavor to meats, veggies and even fruit. Balsamic vinegar is an awesome salad dressing, vinegar–mixed with a few herbs and spices–infuses chicken,...

Heading to a party? Make sure you avoid these foods otherwise you will regret it later. 1. Coleslaw Unless your coleslaw contains no dressing, then you are sporting a very expensive pair of rose-tinted glasses, health-wise. A serving of coleslaw has about 250 calories and 20g of fat, thanks to a generous amount of mayonnaise. 2. Eggnog A single cup of this holiday...

Before you run out the door without a good breakfast, consider that you’re setting yourself up for overeating later in the day. A nutritious breakfast can give you energy, ward off hunger, and set you up for making healthy food choices all day long. Your morning meal should be a balanced combination of protein and fiber, and fortunately, there are plenty of...

Who doesn’t love a sweet desert or snack? Unfortunately, large sugar intakes, and high calorie intakes often associated with sweets, have been linked with various health problems like diabetes, obesity, and bad dental health. Moderation is key when satisfying your sweet tooth. Swearing off sweets altogether is no fun, but with these ten sweet snacks that weigh...

Eating a diet that’s made up completely of raw food may seem an extreme lifestyle choice, but an increasing number of people are choosing to eat raw for the health benefits that un-processed and un-cooked foods offer. Even if you don’t want to convert to a totally raw food diet, there are benefits to be found from eating some foods in their un-cooked state....

Breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day. When you begin your day eating a nutrient deficient, high calorie breakfast, you are setting yourself up for failure. A good breakfast includes healthy protein, complex carbohydrates, and a small amount of healthy fats. You need a breakfast that will maintain a stable blood sugar. This will keep you feeling satiated...

The new year offers a new start. If your resolution this year is to improve your health through your diet, cutting out fatty, sugary foods should be your first priority. This doesn’t mean you have to spend the year feeling unsatisfied and deprived, though. There are a number of high-nutrient foods that can satisfy cravings for sweet, salty snacks while improving...