NUTRITION / HEALTHY RECIPES

10-Healthy-tips-for-your-child

For making healthy foods more fun for children. 1. Smoothie creations Blend fat-free or low-fat yogurt or milk with fruit pieces and crushed ice. Use fresh, frozen, canned, and even overripe fruits. Try bananas, berries, peaches, and/or pineapple. If you freeze the fruit first, you can even skip

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Warning-there-are-supplements-that-have-caffeine

Approximately half of the tested products contained the caffeine equivalent of up to two cups of

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Gluten-free-dessert-ideas

Creating delicious gluten-free desserts becomes easier when you keep the right ingredients on hand. BY: GRETCHEN SCALPI Some

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Cut-down-on-fat—-not-on-taste!

Protect your family’s heart health by serving foods low in fat and saturated fat.   Buy lower fat

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Meal-plan-for-diabetics

A diabetes meal plan is a guide that tells you how much and what kinds of

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Have-you-tried-grilled-fruit-with-honey?

Chef Michell Sanchez creates a selection of sweet & savory dishes to share with family and

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10-Healthy-breakfast-and-lunch-tips

Remember that nutrition is an important factor in academic performance. Studies have shown that children who

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Tips-to-help-you-eat-vegetables

First of all, buy fresh vegetables in season. They cost less and are likely to be

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Learn-what-vegetables-provided-to-you

Provide nutrients vital for health and maintenance of your body.   Health benefits   • Eating a diet rich in

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New-Berries-from-ARS

Two new berries have been developed thanks to U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists at the

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That-is-what-you-can-eat-to-fill-up-and-not-get-fat

Foods that have a lot of water or fiber and little fat are usually low in

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Easy-Ideas-for-Cooking-with-Soy

As families look for easy-to-prepare and affordable sources of protein, soyfoods are increasingly in the spotlight.   The

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Fruits-and-vegetables-can-help-by-neutralizing-the-free-radicals

No matter how pleasant a meal is, eating causes what's known as oxidative stress. As we digest

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