Little 3-year-old Lina Stanton knows she can’t have eggs. “It is beyond adorable when Lina asks me if I will make pancakes, and if I will make them with egg replacer,” her mom, Britta Stanton,
If you’ve ever watched a season of NBC’s reality show “The Biggest Loser”, you know the men always seem to drop significantly more weight during each weekly weigh-in. While the women may lose a few
Many people head to the State Fair of Texas every year with an appetite the size of Big Tex, but even though the fair has plenty of fried foods to satiate a Texas-sized appetite, they
Mystery meat. Weird, greasy, rectangle-shaped pizza. Sloppy Joes of indeterminate provenance. This is the way most adults remember their cafeteria-produced school lunch. And while getting your child ready to go back to school may spark
Though summer is winding down, there is still time for a good old-fashioned backyard barbecue. In fact, 70 percent of U.S. barbecuing households cook out on July Fourth, 62 percent on Memorial Day and 55 percent
The term “gluten-free” seems to be popping up everywhere. It’s showing up on our social media channels, on daytime talk shows, in the newspaper and magazines, on restaurant menus, and of course grocery store shelves.
At Texas Health Resources, we know living well is the cornerstone to leading a healthy, long, active life, but sometimes it’s hard to cut through the clutter to find the information you need to achieve
Get up. Make coffee. Wake the kids up. Supervise getting dressed. Get yourself dressed. Serve breakfast. Make lunches. Check e-mail. Get to work on time. But hey — did you forget your lunch? How about breakfast?
Tired of coffee? Need a mid-afternoon pick-me-up? Healthy and tasty bone broth may be a contender for your next beverage of choice. Warm beverages, such as coffee and tea, help many people ease into their
Is your child a picky eater? Her eating preferences could be a sign of an underlying issue. Selective eating (SE), or “picky eating,” is common in young children. Until recently, picky eating wasn’t viewed as