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Involving The Kids in Meal Preparations (guest post) by Broccoli Cupcake Posted Wed 31 Aug 2011 7:30am Start With Meal Planning and Shopping Many parents wonder what they can do to get their children to eat healthier. Nutrition experts know that there is nothing like getting kids involved in meal preparations Photo credit: woodleywonderworks  to encourage them to eat healthier, and try new foods. This is especially true of childr ... Read on »
Fougner and Geraci-Ciardullo: Patient Care Is Not Meal Preparation by Dr. Paul Hsieh Medical Doctor Posted Mon 03 Sep 2012 9:35am Dr. Art Fougner and Dr. Kira Geraci-Ciardullo have written a nice essay on the perils of "big medicine" entitled, " Patient care is not meal preparation ". In particular, they respond to the recent New Yorker piece by Dr. Atul Gawande urging that American medicine be run more like the Cheesecake Factory restaurant chain . A couple of excer ... Read on »
Another delicious meal prepared by @suewscott by zoewscott Posted Sun 04 Aug 2013 8:45pm Another delicious meal prepared by @suewscott Read on »
Healthy Meal Preparation Tips by Toni Kaste Posted Fri 16 Dec 2011 12:00am Yesterday's lunch was organic pressure cooked garbanzos, organic chopped veggies, (celery, broccoli, grated carrot ) marinated roasted peppers chopped , with organic red wine vinegar and organic extra virgin olive oil One of the best ways to plan your meals that I've found is to ask yourself... 1) What is at the farmer's ma ... Read on »
Meal Preparation Tips for Busy Moms by Dealectible Mom Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 2:41pm Mom’s are busy…that’s just a simple fact.  I could go through a laundry lists of the tasks mom’s perform everyday, however, many of you reading this post are mom’s and you know first hand what being a mom entails.  It’s a lovely job and one that I wanted for many years before my little one’s arrived, but it’s also a job that leaves me w ... Read on »
Meal Preparation by Renee Delano Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 23 Sep 2009 5:04pm "if you fail to plan, you're planning to fail." Planning your meals requires that you also plan your grocery shopping. Stock up only on quality sources of Protein, Carbohydrates, Fruits, Vegetables and other essentials. Eat six small meals a day, one every two to three hours; eat a portion of Protein and Carbohydrates with each meal ... Read on »
Eating healthy when unable to prepare meals by Nelson V. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 May 2009 11:08pm Eating healthy when unable to prepare meals May 17, 2009 I suffer from Bipolar disorder and while I generally have a good grasp on it, there are days where I will not get out of bed or just stay in the shower all day. I see a counselor and we sometimes tweak my medications, but regardless I end up crashing eventually. It's l ... Read on »
Meals in Minutes: Planning, Preparing & Enjoying Quick Dinners by culturedcook Posted Wed 31 Oct 2012 10:19am Want healthy meals? Short on time? Join us as we share tips and tricks that will make meal planning, shopping, and preparing a snap. From on-the-spot dinner ideas to knowing how to make the most of your pantry, enjoying healthy food is a lot more convenient than you think. (Tip: meal-making is much easier and more fun when you take a few minute ... Read on »
Meals in Minutes: Planning, Preparing & Enjoying Quick Dinners by culturedcook Posted Thu 15 Mar 2012 8:42pm Wednesday, July 18th from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Birmingham Community House In this class, we’ll share strategies for making quick meals from what you already have in your pantry, plus we’ll create shopping lists of handy and tasty ingredients to have on hand. From Whole-Grain Pasta with Roasted Peppers, Tuna & Feta to White Bean Chili, you’ll ... Read on »
Picking food while preparing meals by Used2b500Pounds Posted Tue 29 Mar 2011 12:00am Going through some old photos of me and noticed that there was a point in time I had no neck. There was just a series of chins that connected my head to my shoulders. It's strange when I look at these now. It makes me feel very uncomfortable and claustrophobic to see myself surrounded by all that mess. Important to look back sometimes just to se ... Read on »