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Back to School in The Kitchen: Make A Family Meal with Your Kids

Family meals are an increasingly important aspect of our lives. It's a chance to step away from the hustle and bustle of work and school for some quality time with each other. Studies show that there are some tangible benefits to healthy family meals: families who cook together tend to make healthier food decisions, and there are studies indicating that spending meals with family may help kids who are struggling with behavioral disorders. In these busy times, making healthy family meals might sound like a daunting prospect. But with a little planning – and your kids’ input and assistance – it can be...

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Foods That Reduce Stress

Maybe you’ve heard that you can reduce stress by exercising regularly and getting a good night’s sleep, but did you know that you can find additional support at home in your kitchen? It’s true. In fact, you might be surprised to learn that these stress-reducing foods are recommended for a healthy diet for a variety of health problems as well as overall wellness. Consider adding these foods to your grocery list and make them a regular part of your weekly menu: Oatmeal and Whole Grains In fact, whole grain oats are some of the healthiest foods that you can eat....

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Level Up and Lighten Up Your Banana Bread - No Oil, No Sugar, No Gluten, No Problem!

Banana bread is such a great comfort food, and so easy to make – but it's typically loaded with oil and sugar. If you're avoiding gluten due to an allergy, sensitivity, banana bread is a huge no-no. If you're diabetic or follow a low-carb or keto diet, it's packed with carbs. We have some good news! Here is classic banana bread, leveled up and lightened up – with no oil, no sugar and no flour added. Eliminate the Added Oil and Sugar with One Trick There is one trick that not only eliminates any added oil or sugar in the...

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Back To School - Teach Your Kids to Make a Healthy Lunch

It’s often said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. During the school year, however, lunch might be just as crucial - when lunchtime rolls around, kids have been in class for a few hours, and their bodies and minds need refueling. Making healthy lunches for kids can be a struggle. The preponderance of processed and packaged meals and snacks might save you a few minutes of prep time on busy mornings, but aren’t necessarily the best choices for growing kids. Preparing tasty, nutritious lunches doesn’t have to be difficult, and best of all it’s easy to...

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Back to School in The Kitchen: Teach Your Kids to Make a Healthy Breakfast

Let’s face it - getting kids to eat healthy breakfasts can be a challenge. Sugar-coated cereals and shrink-wrapped pastries tempt young palates, and a meal-from-a-box makes it all too easy for us parents to cut corners when we are trying to get to work. And now that school’s starting, the mornings are likely to be even busier. You can teach kids how to make healthy breakfasts for themselves. An Eggs-scelent Choice Eggs might be the perfect breakfast food - they have plenty of protein for growing bodies, and there are countless ways to prepare them. Best of all, chefs of all...

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Food Makeovers: Healthy Summer Potato, Macaroni and Pasta Salad Side Dishes

Potato, macaroni and pasta salads are a mainstay of the summer food lineup. While these comfort food dishes are the gold standard of cookouts and other summer meals, they are packed with calories and unhealthy fats. The good news is, with a few tweaks that have little impact on flavor, you can makeover these dishes to be much healthier. Sauce Swaps for Summer Salads The primary way to improve the nutrition and reduce the calories and unhealthy fats is by making changes with the sauce. Here are a few options to improve your sauce: Replace mayonnaise with three parts Greek...

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5 Healthful, Non-Toxic and Fun Food Crafts for Kids

Playing with food is something that kids love to do but parents tend to discourage – but it can be lots of fun to break the rules and turn your kitchen into a kid craft room. These five fun edible projects for kids let them be a little hands-on (just be sure that they’ve been washed well!) before they chow down! Popcorn Necklaces Use a blunt tipped needle and dental floss to string popcorn into a necklace. You can also add dried fruit, such as raisins or cranberries to make “gems” on your popcorn jewelry. It’s not only a tasty project, but a...

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How to Make Non-Toxic Homemade Clay

Creating art and playing with clay is something that people of all ages enjoy. For many, there is something so satisfying and calming about the manipulation of clay or dough and its sensory effects. However, some of the versions of clay made in retail can contain chemicals or components that you don’t want in contact with your skin. Learning how to make your own non-toxic homemade clay allows you to control the ingredients and create a safe compound for you and your children to use. Non-Toxic Homemade Clay Recipe There are loads of different recipes you can use for homemade...

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