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Popcorn isn’t only for the movies!
Next time you have a craving for popcorn, don’t feel guilty-grab some! Popcorn is a healthy option snack and the corn has antioxidants and fiber in it! Self Magazine has a yummy October recipe for popcorn sticky balls. Microwave some honey and pour it over popcorn, semi-sweet chocolate chips and peanuts, roll into balls and then let chill on wax paper until firm. This is a great healthy treat for kids and adults! Eat Smart Age Smart Insider tips: try making smaller balls and putting them into little cellophane colored baggies for Halloween trick or treaters!
It’s football season again – wondering what to cook for the guys??
Eat Smart Age Smart Insider recommends Football Food by Kellie Lawless and Maili Brocke for over 200 easy to cook recipes for weekend football games. This book is an easy read and very helpful in the kitchen. Try these healthy recipes rather than just the old traditional “high fat” football game dishes, especially if you are planning a Sunday afternoon party to support your favorite team…
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Let world-renowned poet and speaker, Maya Angelou, invite you into her own kitchen through one of her cookbooks, Great Food, All Day Long: Cook Splendidly, Eat Smart. It is a compilation of some food she has concocted, tasted and tried over the years. Maya Angelou also shares the close connection of food to good relationships.
>>>Your journey with Maya Angelou starts here. Great Food, All Day Long: Cook Splendidly, Eat Smart
Take a glimpse on her family and life through this cookbook. Easy to cook recipes are found in this cookbook, all close to the poet’s heart.
Maya Angelou is a poet, writer and civil rights advocate who is a serious cook, observed her mother cook for the whole family during her childhood.
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Do you want to shift to an entirely new lifestyle? Be a Vegan!
People have this notion that if you go vegan, you become healthy. But this is not entirely true. Think of oil, processed flour or sugar and you become unhealthy. Many newbie vegans do not stock up on whole grains, fresh produce and legumes.
But if you just stick to boiled or steamed veggies and all other bland prepared food, you’ll soon have your vegan burnout.
Good thing that there are recipe books specializing in vegan cuisine. On great example would be Appetite for Reduction: 125 Fast and Filling Low-Fat Vegan Recipes [Paperback]!
When you are dieting it is difficult not to be tempted by the food you used to love. But then again, who said you have to avoid them all?
After all, we have Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook.
Created by one of the most distinguished and respected names in the industry, with more than three decades of experience under its belt, this cookbook will help you enjoy your favorite meal while losing weight. It will guide you in preparing food in compliance to their dietary rules.
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Back to school is fast approaching and if you’ve been concerned with the quality of the food your kids eat at school, you’re not the only one.
Countless parents are now packing healthier lunch options for their kids in the hopes of providing them with all the nutrients their growing bodies and brain need and also as a way of controlling the obesity epidemic sweeping the
Organizing lunches for your kids can seem like such a daunting task, but with a little bit of preparation and some really great recipes, you can turn some fantastic and tasty recipes in no time.
A healthy breakfast can be as easy and giving your morning coffee a slight twist! Yes, I’m big on breakfast smoothies and anyone who has been reading this site for a while knows that one of my favourite kitchen gadgets is my blender. I simply love how quickly I can whip up a delicious protein-base breakfast in 5 minutes!
I found this really great recipe that is a twist on the regular cup of coffee, which most North Americans call breakfast. Don’t get me wrong, I would walk far for a good cup of Costa Rican coffee (my favourite beans are from Costa Rica. Since tasting coffee in Costa Rica in November 2006, I’ve not been able to appreciate anything else at home). I do enjoy my morning latte but coffee is NEVER-EVER the first thing I put into my system. I usually have coffee after my fruits and a protein-base snack. If I start the day with coffee I get so shaky it’s surreal and I become famished quickly.
This recipe is a great twist because it gives you the taste of coffee without the having to deal with the emotional coffee-crash that follows the coffee-high.« Previous Articles