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I love coffee as do many other Americans. According to a survey completed by the National Coffee Association, 83% of US adults drink coffee, making our country the largest coffee consumer in the world. Nearly half of adult Americans drink … Continue reading
This story is not meant to take away your love of snacks, we are the snack capital of the world, after all.
But if you’re going to have a treat, at least make sure you know what you’re eating and as always, snack in moderation. Dieticians still don’t recommend eating junk food, sorry to break it to you.
I don’t predict gullible ever being a word used to describe me. My thoughtful disbelief even helped me snag my husband, a guy who was actually impressed I was smart enough to call him out on a tall tale he was feeding girls about his college major! So heading to a conference which included the chance to review 1,000 natural food and supplement products is a lot like sending a seasoned mechanic to a car dealer. I’m a little skeptical with lots of practical training to back it up.
August is not only back to school time for many students, teachers, and parents, but it’s also Kids Eat Right Month, a celebration of the need to teach children about the importance of good nutrition.