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If you've just gone to the grocery store and it still looks like there's no food in your house but instead only ingredients, then you're doing something right! If you're avoiding factory-made food, it's up to you to turn those ingredients into something edible, and today I'm sharing an easy way to do just that with food prep suggestions and storage information.
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It's no secret that good nutrition starts from the very beginning. Many moms take a good look at their own health habits upon learning about their pregnancy and even take steps to improve their well being for the health of their baby. But often times after baby is born, moms go back to their pre-pregnancy habits for themselves and for baby. It’s often unintentional but more due to lack of time or lack of understanding what to feed, and sometimes dealing with “picky” eaters.
Understanding how to rid your child's life of processed food is just as important as ridding your life from processed food. And it actually could be more important. Keeping in mind the idea of little organs growing and maturing, and it's a wonder that the idea of helping your child maintain a "real food" diet isn't one of the most important things to parents.
To help mothers and fathers (whether you are expecting or you have a 2 year-old and whether your child might be labeled a "great" eater or even a "picky" eater), I'm excited to introduce three products/resources from our sponsors, including a great video, that can make it that much easier to rid the processed foods from your child's diet.
It’s no secret that we absolutely LOVE cheese in our house. And we don’t discriminate either. Whether it’s sharp cheese, soft cheese, or even "stinky" cheese…there’s always a place for it in our kitchen. That’s why I was so excited when La Bonne Vie asked if they could send me some chees
Here's another installment in my School Lunch Roundup series! I know some readers love to sit down and look at these pics with their kids so they can point out what they want (and, more importantly, what they'll actually eat!).
Do you ever find yourself making excuses for why you can't eat healthy? Maybe you feel like you don't have enough time. Or that your family is too picky. Or that it's too expensive. As a working mom with two kids, I've been there. I know how challenging it can be to consistently prepare meals that are fast, healthy, taste good, and fit into your budget.
This is a great light dish for summer that comes together very quickly, especially with the use of frozen corn (instead of boiling fresh corn and cutting it off the cob). If you're looking for ways to reduce your overall consumption of meat, which is good for both your health and your wallet, this recipe for Tex-Mex Corn Fritters Over Black Bean Salad is a great place to start.
You guys are going to love today’s giveaway! We are partnering with Desiree at UnconventionalKitchen.com to give one lucky winner a free membership to her online “Real Foods Made Easy Program” (details below) as well as a high-end Blendtec blender! Meet Desiree in this video below and watch her demonstrate how to make 4 different easy “real food” blender recipes including a green smoothie, applesauce, whipped cream, and homemade almond butter:
Unconventional Kitchen and Blendtec Giveaway
A 1-year membership to the Unconventional Kitchen online “Real Foods Made Easy” program ($299 value)
A Blendtec Designer Series WildSide Blender ($499 value)
Total package value is almost $800!
More about Unconventional Kitchen:
Desiree says that after making some simple switches in your diet, through her “Real Foods Made Easy Program,” you can:
Have amazing energy
Have more confidence
And feel in control
This program lasts for one year, and each month you will receive downloadable worksheets, a goal setting packet, tons of recipes, 3 meal plans with shopping lists, 5 informative videos, and informative mini e-books - all so you can test things out one step at a time. All of these resources will make your transition to real food as easy as possible as Desiree teaches you everything she knows about:
What “real foods” are, where to shop for them, and how to incorporate them in your meals.
Goal-setting strategies and how to stay motivated and on-track.
Nutrition – how to triple the nutritional value in your meals and how to prepare nutritious meals for picky eaters.
Meal-planning strategies to save you time and money.
And how to make a powerful life change for the better!