The Sugar Monster Lives In Your House

Nonna Joann • September 12th, 2008 • News & Views

…because you let him!
In fact, you regularly invite him in.
Unless your children are driving and have an income, they’re eating the foods you purchase. Children aren’t the only ones controlled by the sugar monster. It’s estimated that American adults get about 20 percent of their daily calories from sugar. That’s alarming!
It translates to approxi- mately 150 […]

Free-Range Chicken Eggs: More Nutritious

Nonna Joann • May 20th, 2008 • News & Views

Why did the chicken cross the road?
Perhaps Mother Earth News has the answer to this age-old question! 
True free-range eggs are far more nutritious than eggs from commercially raised hens. They say, eggs from hens raised on pasture contain more omega-3 fatty acids, beta carotene, and vitamins A and E! That’s great news! The reason, they […]

Italian Chicken Sticks

Nonna Joann • May 1st, 2008 • Recipes

Italian Chicken Sticks
You can feel good when you make these Italian Chicken Sticks, because they’re baked, not fried. These are guaranteed to please, not only your kids, but the gang when they come over to watch the game. Even the most picky eater will love these Italian Chicken Sticks! They’re also good to make […]

Picky Eaters Can Love Veggies

Nonna Joann • April 21st, 2008 • Spoonful of Love

The only vegetables six-year-old Heather eats are French fries and ketchup-and that’s using the term “vegetable” loosely. What’s alarming is that she’s not alone. Today over 60 percent of children, ages two to nine, don’t consume the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables per day.
You might be surprised, but even the most resistant child can […]