In recent years, eating a gluten-free diet has become very popular with celebrities, fitness professionals and the general public. With stars losing weight and raving about it, it has become a growing trend.
While it has garnered a lot of attention, the gluten-free lifestyle is one that is very serious for celiacs because their life depends on it. Celiac Central says that an estimated 1 in 141 Americans has celiac disease, but 83% of those people are either undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. .
If you want mom's day a little extra special then you have to spoil her with breakfast-in-bed. Most moms are the first to get up and the last to eat. Amidst all the chaos, sometimes mommy just doesn't get enough time for herself.
For this Mother's Day, switch things up. Let her sleep in and wake up to the smell of her breakfast-in-bed. Clip a rose from the garden and place it next to her pillow. Treat her like the queen she is.
If you want to give her the best breakfast-in-bed, you must have these 7 things on the menu (you'll thank me for it):
I've been to a lot of celebrations and parties, and there's nothing like a Cinco de Mayo party. The food, the music, the fun, the laughter, the food, the drinks and did I say food? But you can't have a great Cinco de Mayo party without a killer guacamole.
I've got 5 guacamole recipes that will have you standing at the chip stand for hours:
Thinking about going organic, but have a strict budget? There are many things you can do to eat organic without breaking the bank. Here are my top five:
1. Create A Price Book: Create a price book or list of organic prices at the different stores in your area. This will help you when creating your shopping list as well as letting you know when something goes on sale, if you should stock up at that price. Keep it with your coupons to access it while shopping easily.
2. Clip Coupons: Yes, there are a lot of coupons for organic products, including organic produce, eggs, dairy and more! Earthbound Farms, Organic Valley, Rumiano Cheese and other companies offer coupons on their websites, Facebook pages and with aggregators like coupons.com.
Kids in the Grocery Store…Probably brings up a mixture of emotions. Perhaps dread. Perhaps
excitement, maybe if it's your first trip to the store with your new baby (or your first trip out of the
house with baby!). I have certainly felt many emotions on the spectrum between dread and excitement,
depending on the situation surrounding each grocery trip!
I generally have 1 or 2 kids with me when I head to the grocery store. My goal is to take a few kids with
me as possible, as it usually doesn't work out in my schedule each week to go alone. That would be my
ideal…but by the time 9 pm rolls around and all the kids are asleep, I'd rather crash into bed than head
to the grocery store.
Are you ready to start trimming your household budget? The first place to start is with your grocery budget, where you can see the most significant savings just by changing some of your shopping habits.
You can slash your grocery budget by 50% or more, when you use simple strategies while shopping at the grocery store. Many people think that saving money at the grocery store is a time-consuming job of cutting out coupons and shopping at multiple stores every week, but here are some tips that you can use to save at the store that don't involve cutting out a single coupon:
1. Be prepared by going through the ad and stick to your list - The best way to blow your grocery budget is to be unprepared with no lists of items to look for and being enticed by the sights and sounds of the grocery store to spend more. Do some quick research ahead of time at home, by looking through the ad to see what is on sale and then trying to base your week's meals around the sale items for meat, produce and more. Even if you're running a last-minute errand to the store, always make sure you grab the store flyer as you walk in and scan the store sales and in-store coupons to see if there are any promotions or coupons you can take advantage of while you're there.