Believe it or not, cutting fat out of your diet can be a mistake if you’re trying to lose weight. Dietitian Allison Stowell explains why you should keep some fat in your diet and which fats you should seek out.
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I know what you’re thinking…what about the holidays isn’t kid friendly? Or possibly, what about the holidays is at all adult friendly? I mean, while we run about in chaos, our kids simply get to celebrate all month long with cookies and juice at ballet class and tree-shaped pancakes in Pre-k.
If only the holidays were actually like the way they look in movies. You know the ideal scene with just the right amount of snow, perfect decorations, beautifully prepared food and relaxed friends and family connecting to enjoy the season. In reality, the snow starts to fall just when you were heading out to shop, the decorations barely make it up, the food doesn’t look like the picture in the cookbook and in spite of all your best intentions to connect, you and your friends are all just too busy.
What’s the holiday season without a party, right? Navigating a buffet table laden with enough food to feed the neighborhood is no easy task, but we’ve got some helpful strategies that will let you enjoy the party without derailing your healthy eating habits.
One of the simplest ways to make your holiday table lovely is by taking the time to braid your bread. Like Mother, Like Daughter has a great post on how to make your bread braids turn out even, lovely, and consistent. Here are the highlights from the photo tutorial.
I don’t know what was wrong with me as a kid, but it wasn’t until my adult life that I began my love affair with sweet potatoes. They are so delicious and… sweet AND even pretty good for you. Sweet potatoes (or yams depending on where you are from) “are rich in complex carbohydrates, dietary fiber, beta carotene, vitamin C, and vitamin B6″- according to Wikipedia. You can also find them just about all year round.
Expert Chef Erin Dow joins WSCH6 / WLBZ 2 for a “Fit at Five” Lunchbox Makeover. Michelle Belanger is bored with her standby lunch, so Erin shows her two quick and easy recipes to add to her rotation of healthful lunches.