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Don’t neglect your sweet tooth! Instead, swap out sugar for cinnamon—an indulgent yet practical way to keep your blood sugar under control.
Continue your Easter celebration with these four healthy holiday leftover recipes.
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Celebrate the holiday and try these two healthier green recipes for St. Patrick’s Day.
March is National Nutrition Month®. The purpose of this month is to focus on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. Choose healthier options for your entire family even when you’re dining out with these tips from eatright.org.
Check out these tasty Valentine’s Day treats that are great for kids!
Try this tasty recipe for the holidays that’s estimated to be only 174 calories per slice. Plus, this recipe has no refined sugar, butter or oil. Recipe courtesy of thefirstyearblog.com.
Serve a dessert this holiday that is gluten-free, dairy-free, refined sugar free, vegan AND paleo.
Try this tasty green protein smoothie from MyFitnessPal Ingredients 2 cups (60g) baby spinach, lightly packed 1 cup (240ml) water 1 1/2 (225g) cups pineapple chunks, frozen 1/2 small banana, frozen 1/2 cup (122g) 2% Greek yogurt 2 teaspoons honey Directions Puree spinach and water in a high-power blender. Add frozen fruit, yogurt and […]
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