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Teaching kids to appreciate food is at least a thrice-daily ordeal. You have to approach the topic at once at each meal, sometimes more often. It’s definitely more of a way of life than a once-learned lesson, and it isn’t foolproof or perfect.
Most “natural” products don’t list the word “sugar” anywhere in the ingredients list. Instead, they list various other types of refined, concentrated sources of sugar, like brown rice syrup or honey.
Some oils are very healthy, others not so much — and for different reasons. How do you know what’s really important when choosing a cooking oil? And how do you keep track of them all? Why, with this Cooking Oil Comparison Chart, of course!
It couldn’t be a better time than this to reconsider the brand of extra-virgin olive oil you use in your kitchen.
“How do you eat such great meals when you’re so admittedly broke?”
Next time you’re at the market, consider this philosophy when looking at the options available to you and the prices beside them.
My original plan was to put together a post with just ten apps for healthy foodies. It quickly became impossible to narrow it down that far, as there are just so many top-notch apps out there these days. You may have heard of some of these, but I expect you’ll find at least a few new gems in this list.