Although there is a lot at stake, we need to be patient and loving with our kiddos as we haul them into a world of unprocessed foods. Here are a few things that I wish someone told me when I began the messy business of healthy parenthood… along with a recipe for Pumpkin Dip that I’ve served to toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, tweens, teenagers, and adults. In other words, this unprocessed recipe is loved by everyone!
Rita Black shares three “mind hacks” and a free hypnosis session to break your sugar habit.
Making major changes to your eating habits takes patience and work. Getting your family on board is a great way to help everyone eat healthier. But it’s not always easy!
Here are ten unprocessed snacks and meal ideas that you can pack in your child’s school lunch that will keep them interested and begging for you to pack it again the next day.
Having a well-organized kitchen will help you so much in carrying out your challenge. Hopefully you’ll be spending a lot of time in your kitchen during the month, so let’s start by turning it into an organized space you’ll love.
Here’s how to set up your pantry so you’ll have a successful October Unprocessed challenge.
Next time you’re at the market, consider this philosophy when looking at the options available to you and the prices beside them.
Instead of focusing on what I couldn’t eat, I came up with up with something else I love, and simply chose to make that a part of the holiday. It’s now one of my favorite parts of the holiday meal.