Soda has no nutritional merit whatsoever, so people participating in SNAP should not be allowed to use their benefits to purchase it.
The Eating Rules.
There’s really nothing quite so amazing — and perhaps even life-changing (world-changing!) — as fresh, homemade bread, right out of the oven. Except maybe for one thing: Fresh, homemade pizza!
My dad’s been making his own granola for quite a few years, and I think by now he’s perfected the recipe. At least, he’s got it exactly the way he wants it.
Don’t be scared, they’re just little drawings.
Realizing I needed to kick my game back into high gear, I suggested the January Rules plan: Go back to the three rules, follow them strictly, and truly enjoy my weekly “cheat meal.” By inviting others to participate, it helped keep me on target — if I’m leading the charge, I’ve got to be doing it, too!
Mary Barbour contacted me about January Rules, wanting to get involved (“Even registered dietitians get off track”). She happily agreed to give us a quick primer on trans fats… and why they’re so bad for us.
We’re halfway through the month, and it’s time for an update from our January Rulers!
Today I’m pleased to share a guest post by Renae Porter, one of our official January Rulers! She offers some thoughts on her own eating rules, my January Rules, and how to put it all together.