“Don’t fall prey to diets that eliminate whole food groups, especially grains and carbs. Whole grains like sorghum can provide beneficial nutrients to the diet and allow some great fun and variety, too.” – Lauren Harris-Pincus
“Turkey is a great ‘blank canvas’ for a wide variety of flavors, seasonings and marinades, making it a versatile choice for almost any dish. It’s also naturally low in fat and packed with lean protein to satisfy your appetite for health and fitness.” – Farmer Gary and Chef Dan
How to create a more balanced diet and healthier lifestyle by enjoying your food with health in mind
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As part of my ongoing Do M.O.R.E. with Dinner initiative, I’m branching out beyond dinner and delving into breakfast, lunch and snack time! I’ve spent a great deal of time and energy figuring out how to do “more” with dinner for my family so we can be healthier and happier by incorporating more fun and better nutrition while spending less time in the kitchen. I mean, when your kids have baseball, soccer, piano and other activities, not to mention my own dance classes and my husband’s paddle tennis league – you need to find ways to fit healthy eating into a busy lifestyle!
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“The term ‘healthy’ is as subjective as ‘tasty’ – and it’s used by grandmothers and marketers all over the world to “sell” food.” – June Jo Lee
As Earth Day approaches, I’m sharing my learnings from the 30 Day Food Waste Challenge and tips from my food and nutrition expert friends!
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The Food Waste Movement
Food waste has become a major concern. But how big is the problem, really? Let’s put it in perspective: every American wastes over 20 pounds of food per month. That’s enough to fill a 90,000 seat Rose Bowl stadium every day! But if you make the commitment to waste less, you could save yourself $2500 per year and help our environment!
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