Jun 28 2010

20 Worst Kids' Foods in America

A recent study revealed the worst kids' foods in America and what we should choose instead. Check it out:

20.   Cap'n Crunch Cereal. Choose Cascadian Farm Clifford Crunch.

19.   Austin Cheese Crackers with Cheddar Jack Cheese. Choose Laughing Cow Mini Babybel.

18.   SunnyD Smooth Style. Instead, buy Capri Sun Tropical Fruit Roarin' Water.

17.   Bob Evans Smiley Face Potatoes. Order Home Fries instead!

16.   Atlanta Bread Company Peanut Butter & Jelly. Instead, choose Kids' Cheese Pizza.

15.   Auntie Anne's Pepperoni Pretzel Pocket. Order the Pretzel Dog for better health.

14.   Au Bon Pain Kids' Grilled Cheese. Order the Kids' Macaroni and Cheese.

13.   Oscar Mayer Maxed Out Turkey & Cheddar Cracker Comb Lunchables. Not the best choice. Instead, try Hillshire Farm Deli Wrap Smokehouse Ham & Swiss Wrap Kit.

12.   Uno Chicago Grill Kids' Sundae. Better dessert option? Kids' Slush.

11.   Ruby Tuesday Kids' Turkey Minis and Fries. Much better option? Chop Steak & Mashed Potatoes.

10.   Boston Market's Kids' Meat Loaf with Sweet Potato Casserole and Cornbread. Instead, get the Kids' Roasted Turkey and Green Bean Casserole and Cornbread.

9.    Romano's Macaroni Grill Fettuccine Alfredo. Order Cheeseoli instead!

8.    On the Border Kids' Bean and Cheese Nachos. Better option? Kids' Grillerd Chicken with Black Beans.

7.    Uno Chicago Grill Kids' Deep Dish Pepperoni Pizza. Opt for the Macaroni and Cheese as a healthier option.

6.    Chili's Pepper Pals Little Chicken Crispers with Ranch and Homestyle Fries. Instead, choose Pepper Pals Grilled Chicken Platter with Cinnamon Apples.

5.    Denney's Little Dipper Sampler with Honey Mustard Dressing Dipping Sauce and Deep Space Fries. Much better? Moon & Stars Chicken Nuggets with BBQ SAuce and Moon    Crater Mashed Potatoes and Gravy. 

4.    Baskin-Robbins Small Snickers Shake. Instead, try the Small Strawberry Citrus Fruit Blast.

3.    Burger King Kids' Double Cheeseburger with Small Fries and Coke. Order Kraft Macaroni and Cheese with Apple Fries, Caramel Dipping Sauce and Low-Fat Milk instead.

2.    P.F. Chang's Crispy Honey Chicken on Brown Rice. Try Almond and Cashew Chicken on Brown Rice for a healthier option.

1.    Uno Chicago Grill Kids' Kombo with French Fries. Try Kids' Pasta for better health!

Thanks to MSNBC.com for the heads-up!

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Jun 28 2010

Pizza poll? What's best... NY or Chicago style pizza?!

Scott and Kelli poll: Pizza...NY or Chicago style? Scott says Chicago and Kelli says the only "real pizza" is NY pizza! What do you think?
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Jun 28 2010

Go M.A.D. today! It's Make a Difference Monday!

Go MAD today!!!! Go Make A Difference for someone else and share your ideas here! What did you do to Go MAD this week? Or how did someone make a difference for you???

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22 Beauty products list
Aug 28 2012

22 Beauty products list

Anti-Aging Awards spotlight 22 products that really work. TODAY

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Makeup used to promise to add a flush to your cheeks, a rosy hue to your lips. Today it aims to do much, much more: hydrate skin, minimize wrinkles, diminish lines on lips. And not just while you're wearing it: Like lotions and serums, anti-aging makeup vows to deliver skin benefits over time, so you'll eventually look better even when you don't have it on.

Skeptical? We were, too. Last summer, we began a yearlong project to determine, scientifically, if any of the myriad anti-aging cosmetics lived up to their claims — eye shadows that say they don't crease, lipliners that are supposedly anti-feathering, and primers that promise to hide lines. We enlisted 661 women, ages 35 to 79, to try them — in some cases, for as long as eight weeks. They filled out questionnaires, came to our lab for skin analyses done with high-tech equipment, and went home with the test brands. (Testers didn't know what brands they were testing.)

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