| #Foodie Fridays, healthy recipes for picky kids - The "Unchippy" Chips
If your kid loves chips, gold fish, crackers or anything crunchy, here is a healthy substitute that provides all the crunch with none of the junk!
Eggplant chips are yummy, crispy and high in antioxidants., manganese, fiber and potassium. This recipe also uses coconut oil, which contains Lauric Acid, used by the body to make the same disease-fighting fatty acid derivative monolaurin that babies make from the lauric acid that they get from breast milk.
My top 3 recommendations for sensitive and chaotic skin:
The human skin is the largest organ of elimination in the human body. Stress, hormones, lack of sleep and toxins can all contribute to skin that is red, inflamed, sensitive and prone to breakouts. Here are my top 3 picks for what to apply when you need to calm the chaos:
#Foodie Fridays, healthy recipes for picky kids - The "UnMac" and Cheese
My toddler eats fairly healthy, however, like most his age, he can be fairly picky about meal choices – he will love avocados one day, and despise them the next! It drives me crazy, because I always have to have backups at hand. There is one recipe though, that he consistently likes, and it came about purely by accident. I call it the UnMac and Cheese (Tastes more like a risotto but I like the sound of UnMac and cheese). BU8MNCUJ9P66
Stretch Marks – I’d rather not wear that badge!
“Stretch marks are a badge of honor for moms” - I know you’ve heard this before, I certainly have, and frankly, I’m sick of it. Don’t get me wrong, I applaud the women who wear their marks with pride, and are not embarrassed to show them off in a bikini or low-slung jeans, but I would rather display my pride in other ways. During my pregnancy, I used cocoa and shea butter on my belly religiously and I thought I was home free when I hit 34 weeks with nary a mark. But, just when I thought...