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French Law: All School Meals Must Include Animal Products by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Oct 2011 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. According to , “ French Parliament  voted on the law that now essentially insures that six million school age children in France no longer have the option to choose vegan or vegetarian meals. Similar rulings will soon be in effect for hos ... Read on »
Meal Makeover Valentine’s Edition: Mini Blueberry Lemon French Toast Cups by Claire G. Posted Thu 09 Feb 2012 2:17pm Longest. title. EVER. [And latest blog post ever!] I apologize for that. However, I do not apologize for the delicious, sweet nothings I’m about to lay before your sparkling little eyes here. This, this little cocette filled of wonder, happiness and love is what dreams are made of. Well, not normal people’s dreams. My twisted, food o ... Read on »
To Meal Plan or Not to Meal Plan by Alexis J. Posted Wed 14 Nov 2012 5:00am Pin It In a perfect world, I would have all my meals for the week written out neatly on cute stationary, complete with a grocery list and recipes. Ha. So true. In the real world, I have random notes in my phone of items I can’t forget to pick up at the store along with meals I want to make and illegible scribbles on the back of m ... Read on »
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How to Fit Everyday Meals Into Your Eating Disorder Recovery Meal Plan: Part 3 by RD 4 ED Posted Sun 10 Mar 2013 4:07am One of the most common questions that I get asked from my eating disorder clients is  how normal meals at home can fit into an eating disorder recovery meal plan. Therefore, over the next 10 blog posts (this is post # 3), I will be breaking down 10 everyday meals into an exchange based eating disorder meal plan. For example purposes, I will be u ... Read on »
Munchkin Meals: Olivia’s Meal Time! by Nicole Culver Posted Fri 12 Jul 2013 1:57pm I’ve wanted to participate in Munchkin Meals for a really long time now, but I just haven’t gotten around to doing it. (And already I’m a day late here…I started this yesterday, but couldn’t finish.) I still really haven’t totally participated because I don’t have that many pictures to share. For some reason I just feel like meal time ... Read on »
Munchkin Meals: 13 Toddler Meal Ideas by Brittany Posted Wed 05 Feb 2014 9:14pm Welcome to another Munchkin Meals Link Up! I’m jumping right into things because honestly, there isn’t much to report. Eating around here is rather uneventful and looking through the pictures I’ve taken over the last few weeks has me seriously worried that Hailey may turn into an avocado. Or a grape tomato. You’ll see what I mean! Overa ... Read on »
Meal Plan Monday: {Gluten-Free} Weekly Dinner Meal Plan by LaurenRok Posted Mon 13 Aug 2012 10:24pm It is the LAST week before school starts and I am keeping dinner pretty simple every night.   MONDAY:   Grass-Fed Gourmet Bun-less Burgers topped with Sauteed Mushroom and Onions, Sauteed Kale, Grilled Eggplant, Grilled Zucchini and Avocado TUESDAY: Chicken and Shrimp  “Enchiladas”  via Everyday Paleo, with Grilled Peppers and Salad ... Read on »
Good Meal fights Junk Meal by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:38pm New research shows it takes just one “bad” meal -- greasy Cheesburger, fries and a soda, fried chicken and biscuits, a slab of chocolate cake and ice cream -- to do damage to your body. The good news, is that eating just one good meal will start to repair the damage. This occurs because, when you eat, your body breaks down the food into g ... Read on »
Two Very Simple And Tasty Meals: A Steak and A Skillet Meal by Scott K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 06 May 2008 3:02pm We’ve discussed ways to spice up a bland diet previously. In the interest of adding to that, here are two very simple and quick (under 30 minutes) meals from the past couple weeks. First up, we have one of the most ancient of foods, the steak. In and of itself, a steak is already pretty tasty, but what to go with it? Since this was a f ... Read on »