Most Americans really do not know much about where their food comes from. They understand that beef comes from cows, and pork from pigs, but beyond that they really cannot tell you one cut of beef from another. In fact, most Jewish people who eat kosher can tell you more about meat than the rest of the population put together. That is easily changed with a simple tour of a butcher shop.
Has your doctor informed you that your child needs to drink more water? Perhaps you're concerned that your child is drinking too many sugary fluids and you'd like them to focus on water instead. Encouraging a child to drink more water can be difficult, but there are a few tips that can help.
Purchase some drink flavorings.
Especially if your child is used to drinking sugary beverages and juice, he or she may simply find water boring.
For the 69% of Americans aged 20 and older who are overweight or obese, eating a healthier diet can be difficult because it means sacrificing a lot of hearty and flavorful foods. Corned beef is one of the many delicious foods that are usually on the "do-not-eat" list. If you're really craving a taste, here are 3 ways you can make corned beef a healthier option.
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