by Toby Amidor in Healthy Recipes, Healthy Tips, March 17, 2009
by Kristine Brabson in Healthy Recipes, March 4, 2009
These days, snacks often mean cookies, candy, chips or even donuts — that is, nothing nutritious! If he could, my seven-year-old son would live on junk foods alone, but as the adult (and a nutritionist mom of three), it’s my job to make sure the right choices are available for my family. Check out these tips for creating healthy, kid-friendly snacks.
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by Toby Amidor in Healthy Tips, February 25, 2009
We have a superstar in our midst! Dana — as in Dana Angelo White, one of our resident experts — stars in a new series of videos on Foodnetwork.com. In them, she shares prep tips and healthy tidbits about a few of her favorite quick snacks. Her green herb hummus is on my to-try list for the weekend. And what a lovely kitchen!
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by Dana Angelo White in Healthy Tips, February 9, 2009
“Unsatisfying,” “pricey” and “not eco-friendly” are words you might use to describe these popular packaged snacks. Sure, they’re convenient, but are they really healthy or helpful? I’m not a big fan and here’s why.
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by Toby Amidor in Healthy Recipes, February 4, 2009
If you sometimes long for a salty crunch, don’t beat yourself up — the best of us battle cravings every now and then. So which chips should you choose? Are all chips created equal?
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In less than five minutes you can sink into a tasty combo of peanut butter, dried fruit, honey and brown rice cereal. This delicious recipe makes a great bedtime snack with a glass of warm milk or herbal tea. Enjoy!
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