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It’s no secret that the college-kid diet is chock full of processed foods. When you’re broke and on a budget, it can feel like a healthy lifestyle just isn’t a viable option. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Read on to learn more.
Protein bars are delicious, nutritious, and especially good after a workout. But they can be a little on the pricey side depending on what brand you buy. As a runner and a moderately broke college student, I’m always looking for ways to cut costs, and making my protein bars at home is one way I do that. Read on to see how to make your own homemade protein bars.
Trying to eat healthier? I trust you've already banished the sweets and overly-processed faux food from your house and replaced it with more nutritious options. And you've probably done your homework and have enlisted in some new recipes, but have you considered taking a look at your kitchen tools?
Parents, take note—schools are failing lunch. Research shows that a mere 6% of school lunch programs meet nutritional requirements set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and that 38.2% of kids who eat school lunches are obese. But in an era where processed foods high in salt, sugar and fat are the lunchtime norm, it’s our children who are paying the price. The best way to fight unhealthy meals of cafeteria hot-lunch options is to pack delicious and healthy meals at home. Here are some ideas to add to your child’s lunchbox this year...
Skinny cocktails are hot these days. Take the success of Skinnygirl cocktails, by May 2012 the brand was named the fastest growing spirit brand in the industry. Why? Because! We the people want to have our cake and eat it too. And why shouldn't we? I say let them eat cake. Skinny summer cocktails provide a tasty way to keep friends and bar customers coming ...