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light popcorn, baked tortilla chips, salsa, and dried figs, cherries, cranberries, mangos and apricots. The recharger. A selection of herbal teas, a jar of honey, a scented candle and a book or magazine on yoga. No assembly required. A holiday plant, bouquet of fresh flowers, dried
to help you stay motivated. Don't forget to reward yourself for reaching a goal. Celebrate with a manicure, tickets to a special event, or a bouquet of fresh spring flowers! Shape Up Your Diet Just about everyone's eating plan can use a little nutrition tune-up. Try these tips to
kitchen can help relieve that last–minute stress. A stash of nutritious staples in your pantry and freezer, filled in with fresh items from the fridge, is a safety net that helps you pull together a meal in minutes. Coming right up are tips for stocking your kitchen plus a handful
did better if meal time was more of a check-in time, connecting around the table with parents and with siblings." Kids who were overweight had shorter meal times and ate more often in rooms other than the kitchen, the findings showed. For example, 30 percent of meals for overweight
Thanksgiving Meal Whether you're a rookie Thanksgiving chef or a veteran, it's time to review food safety tips for preparing the big feast. Below are some common questions—and some answers that just might surprise you. Is it safe to thaw a frozen turkey overnight on the kitchen
Question: How can I start teaching healthy eating habits to my little ones? Answer: You've got the right idea! The earlier you begin promoting healthy habits in kids, the likelier they'll stick with them. One key is to make healthy eating fun. Start by spending "kitchen time" together
For those teens who try to avoid spending time with their parents and siblings, new research suggests that sitting down for family meals might help them stay slim as adults. Despite everyone's busy schedules, researchers found that just one or two gatherings around the kitchen table
choices themselves," she said. "Then make an effort to provide low-sodium foods, meaning mostly fresh and minimally processed foods available for the whole family at home. Limit the amount of food prepared away from home and get back in the kitchen." More information To learn more
and other furniture away from windows. Use only cordless window coverings in children's sleep and play areas.  Poorly stored chemicals Since the year 2000, the number of poisoning deaths has doubled among children. Many poisons are found in the garage, kitchen or bathroom. They
who talk meaningfully with children, especially young boys, about their day during dinner also have lower BMIs. "Eating anywhere other than the kitchen or dining room was related to higher BMIs in both parents and in children," study co-author Brian Wansink, a professor in Cornell
Napkins Set of plastic or inexpensive silverware Paper or plastic plates (look for eco-friendly, biodegradable options) Serving utensils, spatula, tongs Small cutting board and knife Plastic cups and bottle opener Roll of paper towels or cloth kitchen towels Hand sanitizer Pitcher
Safeway - healthy living article. Search In Nutrition Articles Related Links (Menu) Nutrition Articles Spring Clean the Foods in Your Kitchen! Spring is finally here, which might put you in the mood for some spring cleaning around the house. While you're at it, give the foods
expensive ingredients. For instance, rather than serving a large cut of beef for an entrée, use a smaller amount in a veggie-filled stew or stir fry. Do it yourself. Convenience foods are quick, but you pay the price. Trim your grocery bill by using a little elbow grease in the kitchen
These fats don't seem to raise LDL ("bad") cholesterol levels, and may even help lower LDL cholesterol slightly as part of a diet thats low in cholesterol-raising saturated and trans fats. The liquid vegetable oils we use in the kitchen contain mostly polyunsaturated or monounsaturated
more to blame for America's weight problem. If you've picked up some extra pounds from big portions, try these tips to bring portions down to size. Weigh and measure, then do the math. Figure out how much you're really eating. On one plate, use measuring cups or spoons or a kitchen
and vegetables or tearing up lettuce for a salad. Trim meal prep time with these tips: Keep a file of your family's favorite quick-and-easy recipes to help you plan the week's family meals. Make sure the ingredients are on your shopping list or stocked in your kitchen. Speed prep
to "tune in" to their hunger level to decide when they've had "just enough" (good for adults, too!). Serve smart snacks. Make nutritious options easy for kids to see and grab. For example, keep a bowl of fresh fruit on the kitchen counter, and cut–up veggies, reduced–fat cheese
assistance. Visit the supermarket salad bar to assemble a huge vegetable salad for dinner or gather chopped and sliced veggies for recipe ingredients. Pick up a fruit salad, too. Use kitchen short cuts. Trim time by microwaving frozen or canned veggies for a dinner side dish. Toss
cross fashion on top of each half, so it resembles mummy bandage wrap. Leave some space so the tomato sauce shows for the mummy mouth and place halved pimento-stuffed green olives above the mouth for eyes. Use kitchen scissors to trim the cheese ends around the edges. Bake at 350°F
hour walk at 7:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Or, if you always grab fast food for lunch, decide to bring your lunch to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays—and stock your kitchen with the nutritious lunch fixings you need to make it happen. Go slow. It's tempting to "totally
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