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EatingWell Blogs (Page 3)

April 12, 2017 - 9:40am

Roasted Root Veggies

Getting a healthy, veggie-packed dinner on the table every night can be tough, but here's a genius solution: roast a big batch of root vegetables ahead of time and use them to make quick and easy meals all week. Simple and affordable vegetables, such as carrots, parsnips, sweet potatoes, onions and beets, can be prepped ahead on Sunday, stored in your refrigerator and turned into a feast with a few simple additions.

Roasted Root Veggies

Roasting root vegetables in the oven elevates their inherent sweetness. Simply peel, cut and place on...

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April 11, 2017 - 9:16am

1. Your diaper bag is a bottomless pit.

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Just the essentials... wipes, hand sanitizer, EpiPens, Benadryl, cortisone, emergency action plan, inhaler, safe snacks, safe treats, water bottles, cell phone, charger, spare clothes. And diapers, don't forget those.

2. People Who "Pack Light" Are Not Our People

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See #1. Plus: A week's supply of groceries, kitchen supplies,...

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April 7, 2017 - 9:05am


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Ever wanted to start your own garden but didn't know where to begin? Or maybe you've tried and ended up with seeds that never made it out of the ground. But don't let your black thumb get you down. We found a product to help you grow your own veggies—even if you're lacking all-star gardening skills and outdoor space.

Benefits to Growing Your Own Food

Eat Local: Growing your own herbs and vegetables is as local as it gets. From garden to kitchen your food will have only traveled a few feet.

Save Money: Fresh herbs and produce...

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March 31, 2017 - 9:09am

Easter Candy

Easter food brings to mind family brunches, eggs (of course!) and baskets filled with Easter candy. Those pastel-wrapped treats and egg-shaped chocolates are certainly tempting, but are you getting more added sugar than you bargained for? Grab a handful of bite-sized candy and you may very well end up over the recommended daily limit on added sugars, which is 10 percent of calories, or about 6 teaspoons of sugar for women and 9 teaspoons for men. Eating too much sugar can cause your insulin to spike and over time may ramp up your risk for diabetes and obesity. And most of us get way too much sugar—the...

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March 10, 2017 - 9:02am

When the seriously fit celebrity trainer Bob Harper suffered a heart attack a few weeks ago, I was just as shocked as most of the world. He works out for a living—the man's muscles have muscles—not to mention the fact that he's only 51 years old. But, heart disease runs in his family and genetics are a huge risk factor when it comes to heart health. The good news, Harper is recovering nicely if his Instagram feed is any indication. The avid cross-fitter has taken a less stressful and doctor-recommended approach to exercise. He's walking his dog in the park and performing a stress test with his medical team rather than hitting the gym hard (yet). The other key...

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