Last week I started the Happy Plate series in celebration of National Nutrition Month. The theme for this year is “Eat Right, Your Way, Every Day” which encourages the development of a healthful eating plan that incorporates individual food choices and preferences.
Taco Bell has been an integral block of my food pyramid for almost two decades. Here is where things get a little odd though -- rarely do I stray from the regular. In the beginning the order was always the same -- three Soft Taco Supremes and three regular crunchy tacos -- with an occasional Grilled Stuft Burrito with beef. Boring but always delivered.
All of the nutrition recommendations we hear in the media combined with all of the fancy claims plastered all over food labels is simply overwhelming. Throw that confusion on top of the task of providing nourishment to your children in a form they will agree to eat and this whole eating thing can get downright exhausting. To help you keep it simple and get it all done I want to share my “Happy Plate” concept with you.
For years, you’ve cried out in the darkness, “Why, oh why can’t I get a burger made with seven patties and seven slices of cheese at three in the morning?!” Well, Steak ‘n Shake has heard your pleas, America, and they're here to help.
After the historic blizzard that stormed through Amarillo this past week many Moms may be reevaluating how to stock their pantry so they can feed their families a nutrient-rich diet no matter what conditions may keep them from the grocery store. A well-stocked pantry takes some thought and time to develop and perfect, but the end results will save you time, money and your health.
There is just something about fast food that makes people abuse 911. In the past, folks have been arrested after calling emergency services to report problems with their orders at Burger King, McDonald's, Subway and Hardee's.
February is American Heart Month, and a number of celebrities have gotten in on the message—in particular, Allison Janney. Janney is now the spokesperson for Go Red for Women, a campaign by the American Heart Association aimed at spreading awareness that the number one killer of women (and men) is heart disease.
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