Food, Healthy Living

Roundup: The Healthier Snack and Food Choices

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Healthy eating
Before you head out shopping I thought I’d introduce you to some healthy food options for the entire family. Healthy eating comes from smarter shopping and below are some delicious favorites you can find in store or online if that is how you prefer to grocery shop.

Celsius Healthy Energy and Calorie Burn Drinks

The Celsius Metaplus® makes it a clean and healthy energy drink with all of the ingredients you want and none of the junk. Celsius contains no sugar, no high fructose corn syrup, no aspartame, no preservatives, no artificial colors or flavors, is very low in sodium, vitamin enriched, gluten free and vegan. Find Celcius on Amazon at or visit the store locator for a retailer near you.

Viki’s Granola

Viki’s Granola is high in fiber and cholesterol free. Viki’s Granola is made from oats, almonds, sunflower seeds, coconut flakes, pecans, honey, canola oil and…that’s all! There are no fillers, salts or preservatives. Great addition to yogurts and desserts. The flavors are delicious enough to eat right out of the bag! Find Viki’s Granola on Amazon or at http://www.shop.vikisgourmet.com/
Sparkling ICE Lemonade and Sparkling Tea drinks

Sparkling ICE drinks are lightly carbonated with natural flavors, fruit juice, vitamins and antioxidants. This makes a great alternative to soda and my son loves them! They have flavored lemonade and tea varieties. Find ICE drinks at most major retailers.
Bauli Croissants
Are the kids (or you) craving sweets? These mini filled croissant snacks are just 50 calories a bite and are made ion a real oven without preservatives and with a natural leavened dough. Find Bauli products on Amazon or at many retailers near you.
Explore Cuisine Organic Chickpea Fusilli
This healthier, organic alternative to white pasta has a mild taste and contains only 4 ingredients that are all natural. It offers plenty of protein and fiber into your daily diet at about 11g of protein and about 20% of your daily fiber intake. I have seen Explore Cuisine at my local Albertsons. but you visit the store locator for near you.


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