curry chicken wrap

My oldest child is allergic to soy, so I usually make (and devour) these wraps before he has a chance to see them. You can use cooked chicken breast instead of tofu for a pretty good result, too. I also … Read more

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Eat This And Live For Kids by Don Colbert and Joseph A. Cannizzaro is a terrific book for parents and kids about making smart and healthy choices in food and exercise. Everything from prenatal health and infant nutrition to nutritional  needs of … Read more

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kale and 7 healthy foods and trends for 2014

One cup of kale contains 36 calories, 5 grams of fiber, and 15% of the daily requirement of calcium and vitamin B6, 40% of magnesium, 180% of vitamin A, 200% of vitamin C, and 1,020% of vitamin K.  Kale is … Read more

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pad thai

I first tried this dish at Cafe 118 in Winter Park, Florida. It was ridiculously yummy and seemed to be very easy to make. They used zucchini noodles, which gave this Pad Thai a very smooth texture. At home, i … Read more

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http://www.kidsteals.com/ Today only: crafted bird mobile for $10.99! Let your little one’s imagination soar with a sweetly crafted bird mobile from Children Inspire Design. Perfect for a nursery, a playroom or bedroom, this line of arts and crafts, created through … Read more

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A friend asked me for some quick an easy recipes for a family of three, which includes an 8-month old baby. I realized that I could post every puree recipe on the face of the Earth, or I could simply … Read more

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dizziness irritability craving for sweets craving for caffeine tiredness fatigue inability to focus constant hunger All of these are possible warning signs about the fact that your diet is not working for you. If, within two hours of eating a … Read more

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Here’s what I am  doing tonight: baking Chia Bread, using this interesting recipe, from Bittersweet Blog. I am hoping for some healthy and yummy loaves.

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I just found a pretty interesting website, to teach math to small kids. Whether you are homeschooling or teaching your kids after school, the site is full of great quizzes, problem-solving and different number games: http://www.ixl.com/

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As I was researching the various crafts you can do with your small child, I found a lot of useful stuff: play dough, watercolors, finger paints, crayons, cutting, sticking, glitter…. All of these activities spark the child’s creativity and curiosity. … Read more

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When you think “salad,” do you visualize a boring pile of vegetables? Or do you imagine your favorite salad that you eat day after day, because you don’t really know how to create anything new? I love “main meal” kind … Read more

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Recently, I came up with some ideas for Asian-inspired natural and healthy snacks. I usually make those for unexpected guests, because the snacks look amazing, taste amazing and take no time to prepare. So, here they are: Roasted Garlic Edamame … Read more

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