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Re: AVOID These “Healthy Junk Foods”… Here Are Your Healthy Recipes! by okumanutritionals Posted Thu 27 Mar 2014 8:32pm Yesterday I revealed 6 shocking “health foods” that are actually really bad for you. And I promised I’d give you three ‘alternatives’ today; easy delicious healthy recipes you can make at home in no time! Don’t forget to order your Wu-Long tea so that you can increase your fat loss 240% more than green tea! 1.  Replace “Ene ... Read on »
A New Recipe (for a toddler who only eats junk food) by CFMama Posted Tue 01 Jun 2010 3:10pm When you have a toddler who turns his nose up to bacon and eggs and opts to eat M&M's for breakfast instead, or would prefer ice cream and cookies over a nutritious lunch or dinner, life becomes difficult for mama. I face these food predicaments every single day except I have a toddler who needs the calories and the fat (along with enzymes) in o ... Read on »
More Fun With Comfort Foods by Rachel Wilkerson Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 23 Sep 2010 1:29pm Good afternoon! I’m back! I must say, I’m glad to know I’m not the only person who is troubled by an inability to sleep . (And yes, that is my bed and my teal wall — I’m not a total creeper, photographing other people’s beds and then writing them suggestive letters!) Anyway, thinking about sleep munchies made me realize it would b ... Read on »
Just Say No To Junk - Fast Food, It's Not That Easy! by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 3:21pm Are you a junk food junkie? I was until a little over a year ago. I knew junk food and fast food was bad for me but didn't think I was doing much harm and I could quit anytime I wanted to. I did quit because I was drinking Alka Seltzer every day, always felt too tired to play with my son and could never stay awake for more than a few minutes afte ... Read on »
One Simple Trick to Stay Away From Junk Food by Ryan Parker Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm One Simple Trick to Stay Away From Junk Food Staying away from junk food can be a challenge for anyone trying to eat more healthy. Try this easy trick to break the “junk food junkie” label. Junk food. Who doesn’t love it? Potato chips, candy, soda, fried foods, french fries ... Read on »
Food Porn & New Recipes! by thefruitpursuit Posted Mon 28 Feb 2011 2:25am Hey hey all! The start of a new week & the end of an era (aka my holiday)! I have some ambitious plans of running 10k today but if it keeps pouring I’ll forfeit, hehe. So how was your weekend? My mom and I pampered ourselves at the spa yesterday which was lovely. Spa visits are actually so imperative for healthy body maintencance, I just do ... Read on »
Why I am a member of the Slow Food movement by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 08 Jul 2009 11:39am Before being a beauty editor, I used to be a food editor and before that I was a part-time personal chef. Food is just part of who I am. I’m always thinking about food or I’m thinking about a new recipe. I receive four or five weekly newsletters and I’m always hunting for the next great food and flavour combination. I’ve said it before and ... Read on »
Back to Basics: How to Eat Whole Foods by Kim Christensen Posted Fri 16 Oct 2009 10:03pm After reading comments on another blog recently, and receiving a few emails from readers, I was reminded that people need (and want) really easy solutions.  We all know that the biggest challenge of living with dietary restrictions is just knowing what to make for a meal from a very limited palette of ingredients.  Let's be honest: when you are ... Read on »
Foods From the South by Samantha Angela Posted Fri 20 May 2011 11:00pm Today I got a sweet care package from Alabama (a little ass backwards, I know, given the terrible tornadoes they’ve experienced recently). This is Summer : Summer sent me a care package after we decided it would be fun to do a fun food swap: Canadian Food for Alabama Food (mostly a junk food swap, mind you, but I’m not complaini ... Read on »
local food pot-luck by Bahar Z. Posted Wed 03 Dec 2008 12:16am One of the biggest skills I have to develop as an art historian is the power to describe what I see. Countless teachers have instilled in me the importance of being able to 'draw a picture' for someone, to make them see what I'm seeing, and how I'm seeing it. Well, those skills are going to come in handy for tonight's blog entry, because I'm g ... Read on »