Parmesan Chicken Fingers

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With the Super Bowl this Sunday, we're sure you are busy preparing for your Super Bowl party. We thought these Parmesan Chicken Fingers, from Laura's The Diabetes Comfort Food Cookbook, which are diabetes-friendly, kid-friendly, and Super Bowl friendly would be the perfect addition . Your guests are sure to feel satisfied with this delicious dish!
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How important is breakfast?

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I do believe that getting food in our kids is important before they head off to school or sports practice/games. I believe it enables better concentration and superior performance, and many studies validate this belief.
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TriplED

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It didn’t take long for my new college friends to notice my unusual eating habits; they approached me in the fall of my sophomore year—and encouraged me to utilize the student-counseling center.
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Positive Interactions: How Friends Affect Our Health

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I needed to keep my two boys as active as possible during their spring break from school. My intent was to safeguard their physical health—and my own personal mental health as well! Continue reading on how the boys and I stayed active during their spring break...
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A Likable Lunch Giveaway!

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With Spring officially here, we've been looking for ways to spruce up our lunches and on-the-go meals. Soon there will be sports practices to go to, play dates, and afternoon excursions to the park, so we wanted to host a giveaway to give our readers a chance to win some awesome items that will help you pack meals and snacks on-the-go. So keep reading to learn how to enter to win some great prizes!
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Too Much Weight on BMI

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As parents, political pundits and health care professionals, we must move toward size-acceptance, promoting confidence and self-esteem in our children.
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A Moment of Momzilla!

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As parents, we need to focus on building our children’s self-worth as they learn to cope with their environment. Give your child time to be who they are, not who you want them to be. I caught myself being a momzilla and changed my ways. It’s a delicate issue, but as parents we have a responsibility to handle it with care.
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