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Are you too busy to eat healthfully? Do you surrender your diet to a bag of potato chips or a chocolate chip cookie when you're hungry and on the go?
Snacks have become an integral part of anyone's daily diet. Good healthy snacks are prized for their ease of creation and for requiring only a handful of ingredients when they any preparation is needed. Our shelves and cupboards are fully stocked with a wide variety of fast snacks that we can reach for at any time, like popcorn, chips, and snack mix. Unfortunately, constantly purchasing premade snacks from the supermarket can be a costly endeavor, both to our wallets and to our health. Snacks that we buy off the shelves tend to be expensive, particularly if we buy them constantly, and are often coated in harmful chemicals and preservatives. So if you're searching for a solution, Snacks in a Flash (Fast Food From Home) provides a variety of recipes for delicious snacks and is the ideal companion book for anyone trying to start creating their own quick snacks rather than attempting to simply buy them. Some of the appetizing snacks included are Sweet Popcorn, Bread Sticks, and Popular Party Mix. Why stick with bland store bought snacks when you can create delicious snacks in a flash?
We are living longer, but our quality of life isn't necessarily any better. With equal measure of easy-to-read physiology, wit, and practicality, this book veers away from unhealthy conventional dietary and lifestyle wisdom and shows how to unite the mind, body, and spirit for long-term vitality. Derived from her extensive research for her book "Death By Supermarket", Nancy Deville provides a series of straightforward, no-nonsense guidelines that shows readers how to take control of their health. This comprehensive program addresses topics such as accelerated ageing and how to avoid it, how to properly care for and nourish the brain, managing insomnia, practising self-compassion, and the appropriate exercise levels for all ages. Whether a twenty-year-old who can't get out of bed without four cups of coffee and a cigarette, a depressed thirty-five-year-old with no sex drive, or someone free-falling into old age, this book shows readers how to redefine their sense of well-being in a toxic world. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Henry's puppy, Mudge, loves to eat. He "really" wants to share Henry's snack. Henry keeps saying, "No, Mudge " But it's hard to resist a puppy as cute as Mudge
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