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One of my favorite all-time breakfasts is Eggs in a Hole. Here’s my stepped up version with 4 food groups for fewer than 250 calories per serving!
- Whole Grains: Use 100% whole wheat or whole grain bread. Be careful with multi-grain varieties which may not actually be made from whole grains.
- Dairy: One-quarter cup of shredded cheese per serving provides 12% of your daily recommended dose of dairy for
From the hottest trends to delicious recipes to educating my kids about food, this has been a very exciting year! I’m lucky enough to be able to write about all these topics through various outlets including FoodNetwork.com Healthy Eats Blog, Sears Fitstudio.com and my own blog. Here’s a look back some of my favorites.
Controversial food and nutrition topics come and go each year. In 2012 many folks
Love me some biscotti with my evening cup of tea but sometimes I just want a bite or two. I found these fun bite-sized biscotti that are low in calories and delicious. Check out my new snack find and then enter to win your own biscotti treats.
Family owned and operated, these biscotti are free of preservatives, artificial sweeteners and added fat. These slightly sweet biscotti are crisp and crunchy and
When it comes to the holidays, folks often focus on the extra calories that creep into their diets through cookies, pie and extra helpings of stuffing. They often fail to account for liquid calories that can quickly add up this time of year. The issue with liquid calories is that they don’t fill you up the same way solid food does, which means you don’t eat any less food to compensate. In fact, alcohol can increase your
It’s easy to go through an entire bag of chips in a blink of an eye. When I tell my clients to eat chips in moderation—they tell me they usually don’t feel satisfied after munching on the recommended portion of 1 ounce (about 15 chips). Finding chips that satisfy your craving after eating only 1 ounce isn’t so easy—that’s why I was excited to come across Beanitos chips. Check out why a little goes a long