Food to Take on a Trip: Heavy or Light?

 

Life, at times, can be stressful with barely enough time to pay attention to your health and body. Hence, being intentional about yourself is the only way by which you can be free from all these. Going on a trip is one of the best ways to let your hair down and relax your body from your typical everyday routine. 

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15 Best Free Apps For Healthy Eating On A Budget

How many times did your parents scold you at the dinner table to eat all your fruit and vegetables? Probably too many times to count. At that point in your life, you probably thought that your parents were just trying to get under your skin or trying to control your life. So instead of listening to their advice, it went in one ear and out the other. 

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4 Healthy School Lunches for Your Kids

Lunch is one of the most important times of the day, not only for adults but for kids as well. You want to send your kids off to lunch with the best food you can give them. If you are not sure where to get started for your preparations, think about some of these healthy school lunches you can make.

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4 Ingredients to Give Your Burgers More Zing

Whoo-wee, we sure love our burgers. Whether you toss them on the grill or fry them in a pan, burgers are pure summertime bliss. Now that summer is in full swing, it’s time to think about kicking things up a notch.

So, if you’re looking for ways to add some zing to your next burger, you’ve come to the right place. Read on for four easy ways to give your burger a little zing.

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House Too Stuffy for Guests? 4 Tips for Hosting an Outdoor Winter Party

With a smaller home, you no doubt tend to host parties during the warmer months, when guests typically feel more comfortable outside. However, this time around, you thought it might be interesting to try your hand at hosting an outdoor party in the colder winter months instead. Although this is going to be a new experience for you, there are a few things to consider when hosting an outdoor winter party. Continue reading “House Too Stuffy for Guests? 4 Tips for Hosting an Outdoor Winter Party”

Stay On Track With This Easy Low Carb Food List

While we all love to indulge in pasta or our favorite donut, balance and moderation are key. As we move into the new year, it’s helpful to consider what exactly you’re putting on your plate or consuming on a daily basis. Is your plate full of healthy fats, proteins, and greens or is it mostly starchy high carb foods?

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Simple Cooking Mistakes that Can Seriously Hurt Your House

Preparing your own foods at home is essential for superior health. Compared to eating at restaurants, it also may be more affordable. As beneficial as cooking at home can be, it also can be dangerous to you and to your home. These are a few of the simple cooking mistakes that could result in serious damage to your home.

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Why You Should Try Different Cultural Foods with Your Kids

Most children start off only preferring a few different foods. It can be a fight to expand a child’s menu, but it’s worthwhile. If you really want your child to branch out, you may want to try introducing a few cultural dishes that are outside of your typical comfort zone. Doing so can have major benefits for your child.

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How to Expose Your Children and Spouse to New Cultures and Foods


Getting a glimpse into new cultures can be rewarding. It can also be highly educational. If you want to open your family members’ eyes to new cultures and cuisines, then there are various effective approaches you can try right now. You can turn your family members into savvy citizens of the world today.

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