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Is Snacking Healthy for Kids

Is Snacking Healthy for Kids?

Is Snacking Healthy for Kids?

Whether parents like it or not, snacking happens. Sure, some of us oldies might remember back when nutrition was all about “three squares and nothing in between,” but since the 1970s, snacking between meals has increasingly become the accepted norm — especially with kids. According to a report in the journal Health Affairs, American children snack an average 3

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The SHIFT SHOP Nutrition Plan, Explained

“I treat diet the same way I treat exercise. I do this because food is more of a crutch for most people. So if you can get past that, if you can cut out the carb cravings, you can achieve anything — including even the hardest workout.” – Chris Downing When Chris wants to get

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Introducing Daily Sunshine!

Have you heard about the new, healthy snack that’s made for picky kids and pickier parents? It’s called Daily Sunshine, and we think you’re going to love it. This brand-new healthy smoothie is a delicious snack for kids that comes in two kid-friendly flavors. Plus, it’s made with organic fruits and vegetables.* But, if you’re a picky parent, we know you’ve got questions. And we’re here with answers!

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The Picky Eater’s Guide to Losing Weight

Picky eaters, you know who you are: You’re that kid who had “Mommie Dearest”-level standoffs over everything from “this tastes gross/weird/wet” to “omg the green beans are TOUCHING my noodles!” Now you’re an adult and you want to drop some pounds. But that means you need to dial in your diet and finally face the

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Nutritional Benefits of Pineapple

Is there any fruit that’s more “summer” than than pineapple? Ok, ok, strawberries do give them pretty good competition. But, no matter what your favorite summer fruit is, it’s hard to to deny that whether you’re eating pineapples straight, grilling them up, or throwing them into a salad (or a smoothie!), the golden, tropical fruits

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10 Foods That Can Help You Lose Weight

When it comes to eating for weight loss, you’ve probably heard every piece of advice out there: Drink three glasses of grapefruit juice a day, eat egg whites for breakfast, or replace all your greens with kale. It’s a convenient strategy to latch onto one specific food in the hope that it will completely transform

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What Food Experts Order When They Eat Out

If you think love is a battlefield, try finding something healthy and delicious on a restaurant menu. Most menus are full of caloric land mines determined to whet your appetite and derail your diet. The struggle is real, but it’s not impossible. That’s why we called on top nutrition experts to recommend the healthiest options

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Make This No-Cook 21 Day Fix Meal Prep in About an Hour!

When it gets warm, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven! That’s where this no-cook 21 Day Fix meal prep comes in. While it’s designed specifically for anyone doing the 21 Day Fix and eating between 1200 and 1500 calories, it’s great for anyone looking for a healthy meal prep. If you

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12 Food Storage Tips to Make Your Groceries Last Longer

We’ve all been there before — tossing fuzzy raspberries, wilted parsley, and mushy apples into the trash bin with a heavy heart thanks to subpar food storage. It’s all too easy to forget about your groceries until they start stinking up your kitchen, but here’s the good news: knowing how to store them properly isn’t rocket

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Is Excess Protein Making You Gain Weight?

A new study says so. But, here’s why you shouldn’t base your diet on certain headlines. It used to be that fat made you fat. Then the culprit was carbs. Now, a team of researchers from the University of Adelaide in Australia suggests that obesity could be caused by protein — specifically, meat. For the

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