Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Giveaway: Quick & Healthy Recipes and Ideas



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Written by a registered dietitian, Quick & Healthy Recipes and Ideas offers recipes that use common, healthy ingredients without requiring a trip to the health food store.

This book includes weekly menus grouped by meal type (breakfast, lunch, etc.), grocery lists, and nutritional information for each meal.

Get your copy of this bestselling book for free! Simply follow the instructions below to enter our giveaway for your chance to win.

How to Enter

To enter to win, leave a comment below, with a screen name or first name (not as Anonymous), answering this question:
  • What is your biggest challenge when it comes to healthy eating? For instance, do you skip meals? Eat out frequently because you're short on time or away from home?  
To enter, you must be at least 18 years of age and a United States resident.

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Prizes that are not claimed within 3 weeks of the winner announcement will be carried forward to the next draw.

19 comments:

  1. We do not skip meals but it is difficult balancing after school/work activities with time to cook a healthly meal.

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  2. It's tough between work, and my kids after school activities. I need some new quick recipes to try.

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  3. I FIND IT HARD TO COOK HEALTHY MEALS BECAUSE I TEND TO COOK QUICK MEALS THAT DONT REQUIRE ALOT OF TIME OR EFFORT. I EAT ALOT OF THE PROCESSED FOODS THAT ARE THE WORST.

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  4. Working full time, being a full time mother and wife leaves little time for meal planning. Shopping time is so limited. I never plan my meals for the week ahead of time so i do not make the wisest food choice causing me to choose quick and easy not quick and healthy.

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  5. Debbie Sue.....I buy my food--then cook on Sunday and have my meals for the week.....just add some vegetables....salad.....or sides and you don't have to much to thimk about.....works for me

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  6. Jamie W -
    As a fulltime working mother of 3 (2 yr, 7 yr, and 17 yr) it is difficult to enjoy a healthy home made dinners with all the outside activities and school. I will not let my kids miss meals so McDonalds here come my kids and Timmys here I come.

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  7. Living alone it is sometimes hard to make food for ones self. This book would make Good preparation easy.

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  8. This cookbook sounds like it could benefit people of all ages and stages. Being a working wife and mom, I'd appreciate a good, easy and quick guide to better food prep for me and my family.

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  9. Mary - It's hard for me to prepare / cook healthy meals because I think it takes too much time afer working all day. Perhaps this cookbook can give me some guidance on what goes well together and what to look for when planning meals for my family.

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  10. Christine ... the biggest challenge is having to cook person in small quantities. Eating the leftovers that need "attention" without adding additional ingredients that are not fattening is difficult. Cooking with spices is one way to change the taste without adding fats ....

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  11. working nights is sometimes hard as i get hungary at night. i dont eat breakfast alot of times when i am on days. the cookbook sounds great, some new easy meals.

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  12. Nancy P. I normally will not eat breakfast. When I get home from work I am usually too tired to fix something healthy and will choose whatever can be prepared quickly or not eat at all.

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  13. The biggest challenge I have to eating healthy is that I do not like seafood or most vegetables although I do like cucumbers and tomatoes. Also it is difficult to find a warm side dish in the wintertime that is healthy.

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  14. Variety and shopping regularly for fresh produce. Eating healthy to me means 5 servings of fruits and veggies per day and to prevent them from going bad, I have to shop more often and in smaller quantities. Sometimes I just don't want to go to the store and resort to what's in the refrigerator or pantry.

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  15. This would be very helpful for me being my doctor is telling me I really need to lose weight and seeing her comment stating that I am morbidly obese, this would really benefit me.

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  16. With my daughter's cheerleading schedule and school starting soon, a single-mom can always use some new quick yet healthy meal ideas!

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  17. Book would be very useful for healthy snacks to bring into the office as an alternative to the cookies and candies!

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  18. Having three family members with multiple food allergies,including dairy and gluten. Sounds like book would be helpful for new meal ideas. Need a cure for the common food ruts!

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  19. It sounds like my family's challenge in eating healthy is similar to may of the prior postings...eating healthy generally means eating less processed and more fresh/whole foods. Prep time for this life-style takes way more time than many of us have these days! To add to the challenge, the idea of wanting something that is full flavored and filling....well, that really is a challenge...

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