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Stop overordering at salad chains with these genius tips from Chopt, Just Salad, Mixt and Snappy Salads.
Think a snack-free afternoon is impossible? Not if you eat one of these nutritious meals.
You know to avoid making a meal of frozen yogurt and salt-and-pepper potato chips, but if your weight still keeps creeping up, take a look at these surprising mistakes.
1. Oatcakes are a low glycaemic index (GI) food so will keep your child energised throughout the day and are fantastic source
One of the quickest ways you can upgrade your child's lunch is by making "lateral shifts." That means swapping out traditional, less nutritious lunchbox items for healthy goodies that taste better and give your kids an advantage with their focus and energy. My favorite lunchbox lateral shifts include:
Perhaps it's the influence of cuisines from around the world or the proliferation of inspiration on Pinterest, but lunches seem more creative than ever before. And why not? Making a PB&J day-in, day-out can get as tedious as eating one. Along those lines, here you'll find 10 alternatives to the traditional lunch box sandwich.
Packing your lunch for work can be such a great option when you're making steps toward a healthier lifestyle. It can also save you money and even taste better, too.
Here are the tricks that will make you actually want to eat the meal you prepared.
Not a fan of goat cheese? Substitute your favorite cheese. Try feta or mozzarella. Just about any cheese goes great in this salad.
Enjoy this guilt-free pita pizza recipe and feel energized and satisfied throughout your day.
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One thing I love about roasting a whole chicken is always having leftover meat!
Schools across the country have been working hard to implement updated nutrition guidelines for school meals. There are challenges, but schools' efforts are paying off. If you don't think school meals can be healthy and appealing, take a look at these school lunches.
Every Sunday, I spend a few hours preparing fresh, healthy meals for the week ahead. This habit saves me time and money overall. If all of my lunches are made in one setting ahead of time, I don't have to rush to prepare food during the busy morning hours or foot the bill for ordering out.