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5 Summer Essentials for Kids (and Their Parents)
The only thing better than summertime is being a kid in the summertime. Whether you’re living the life at camp, making daily schleps to the town pool, or on a carefree staycation with the neighborhood kids, summertime and childhood are practically synonymous with happiness.
To ensure that your kiddos stay healthy, safe, and happy this summer, first, avoid the Sneaky Snack Effect, which can get out of control in the summer months. In addition, we’ve compiled this short, easy, go-to list of 5
The Five-Step Smoothie Secret
In general, I’m not a fan of drinking your calories. Food keeps you fuller longer than liquids.1,2 Many fast food and restaurant smoothies are filled with sugar and devoid of nutrients.
But when they’re done right, smoothies can be a healthy, quick, portable snack or meal. They’re also a delicious way to get in your daily dose of fruits and vegetables as well as calcium, protein, and fiber, and other good-for-you nutrients, too.
So fire up that Vitamix and rinse out your reusable metal
Forget the Fads: 4 Kinds of Cooking Oil is All You Need
Between the dozens of choices, emerging food fads, and the fuzzy facts you vaguely recall, choosing the right cooking oil can be confusing. To help you wade through the information—and choice—overload, here are four things to know about cooking oils.
Bad Fats, Good Fats
There are three types of dietary fat: unsaturated fat, saturated fat, and trans fat. The two harmful fats are saturated fat and trans fat. Saturated fat is primarily from animal products such as meat and full-fat dairy