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Kids either love or loathe veggies, and if you’re worried about how little they eat or simply want increase their intake, get creative with your “presentation” of them! We know veggies are good for our kids, but the thing is, our kids don’t really care. I’ve read articles and recipes (and even a whole cookbook!) […]
This is how BUSY people work out… Get in, get out, get RESULTS! What I am MOST looking forward to with LIIFT 4 is that it is the perfect complementary program to the types of activities I also enjoy doing in the summer – cycling, swimming, and lots of dog walks! I can do BOTH […]
Two things I love: 1) Turning other vegetables into fries and 2) Baking them in the oven instead of, well, frying them. This recipe for turnip fries ticks both those boxes. They’re healthier and just as tasty. Parchment paper 2 large turnips, peeled, cut into approx. ½ x 4-inch sticks 1 tsp. olive oil ¼ […]
This is a low-carb option for those who want all the flavor of Chinese fried rice but none of the guilt. TOTAL TIME: 31 MIN. PREP TIME: 15 MIN. COOKING TIME: 16 MIN. Nonstick cooking spray 2 cloves garlic, chopped 1 green onion, chopped, divided use 1 (12-oz.) fresh (or frozen) cauliflower rice (approx. 4 […]
I’ve been trying to up my veggie game lately – hence this recipe for cabbage steaks with homemade thousand island dressing (I know dressing shouldn’t be chunky but I despise cutting veggies and that’s as good as it gets from me – ha!)! So yummy! Cabbage gets such a bad rap as far as vegetables […]