Healthy zucchini bread with yogurt

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203342 tn?1328737207 My 4 year old keeps getting stopped up, so to speak, and the doctor gave him a gentle laxative but told me to start getting more fiber in his diet. I'm trying but he's so picky! I did buy the yogurt with the fiber because he likes yogurt. It's so hard to get him to eat so many foods though! He's a typical kid who likes pizza, spaghetti, mac & cheese, chicken nuggets, pancakes and chicken noodle soup or Ramen noodle soup. Anything else is very, very hard to get him to eat!
Avatar f tn Mix in your blender fresh fruit( peaches ) and put in freezer. Day you use,mix with carton of yogurt. Keep a ready supply if fresh vegetables. Have a salad each day. Pamela.
Avatar f tn I honestly just crave everything healthy..which is good haha.. I am eating a banana with peanut butter and granola and raisins on top:) it fills me up and is delicious.. also, you could try dried fruit, fresh fruits mixed with cottage cheese ( if you like it) and raw veggies.. I love carrots dipped in hummus..
Avatar f tn My best friend is a nutritionist and has been planning my meals with me. The best advice she's given so far is the trade out of creamy based products with Greek yogurt (it's a super food!) I even made Greek yogurt mac and cheese and Greek yogurt chicken salad.
Avatar f tn also bananas and apples in peanutbutter, string cheese which i used to hate (idk how healthy that is... lol) and bread like pita bread or naan bread in hummus.
483733 tn?1326798446 Add spinach in batches and cook stirring until each batch wilts. Add beans, 1/2 feta, and tomatoes. Top with bread and remaining cheese. I toast the bread in the toaster before cutting it up. Spray with nonstick cooking spray. Bake 25 minutes. Serves 4. This is wonderful.
Avatar f tn While i was pregnant, i ate a lot of salads with diced chicken, apples with peanut butter, granola bars, rice/chicken/corn, tuna casserole, rice cakes, oatmeal with bananas, cucumbers and ranch, yogurt with granola, carrots with ranch, scrambled eggs with bacon and diced onions, grilled chicken tacos.
Avatar f tn ve been making berry yogurt and banana smoothies in the afternoon as a snack so delicious and healthy definitely a good energy booster
Avatar n tn if not then maybe try switching fro white bread to brown bread, and similar with rice and pasta, switch to brown rice and brown pasta. for lunch maybe have some vegetable soup and brown toast for dipping. for dinner try having some grilled fish (salmon, cod, any) or even grilled steak, but not too often. have it with some boiled potatoes and boiled spinach, carrots and broccoli.
Avatar f tn Bread is not the most healthy for you. I eat a lot of carrots, sugar snap peas and stuff like that. I munch on fruit sometimes but I try to limit my amount since fruit is mainly just sugar.
Avatar n tn I am currently eating cereal every morning for breakfast as it is quick, convenient and I can easily take it to work. However I need to shed a few more pounds but I need a few healthy breakfast ideas?!
1486688 tn?1333853707 5. Spread ½ of artichokes over bottom of bread and top with ½ of zucchini, squash, onion, and bell peppers. Crumble cheese over vegetables then top with eggplant slices and remaining zucchini mixture; press down to compact vegetables slightly. Spread remaining artichokes over vegetables. Replace top of the bread. Wrap tightly with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator with heavy can on top. Refrigerate at least 3 hours or overnight. Unwrap sandwich and cut into 8 wedges to serve.
Avatar n tn breakfast a slice of white bread with lettuce and cucumber, sometime added a bowl of papaya. I wanted to change to wheat but my blood type is B. I eat papayas (fruit) a bowl for lunch and dinner, sometimes I don't have dinner. I snack cream crackers whenever I feel hungry, but only 6 pieces per day, no night time snack. I drink a lot, like 8 or more glasses per day, especially when I'm feeling hungry. A week I do morning exercise, speed walk, 3 times a week, 30 minutes.
506820 tn?1295051333 30p - Solids (Probably a jarred food or a plate of peas/carrots/corn/green beans for finger food work) 6:30p - 6oz bottle of formula
483733 tn?1326798446 There was a question the other day about a healthy meatloaf. I was looking through my archives and found this from the Eat, Shrink & Be Merry Cookbook. I bet you could make it all with ground turkey. 1/4 cup ketchup 1 tbsp. brown sugar 1/2 tsp. dry mustard powder 3/4 lb. extra-lean ground chicken 3/4 lb.
959034 tn?1253671476 For instance, if you eat white bread - switch to whole grain. Try baked chips rather than regular ones. Add a veggie with each meal - lettuce, tomato, etc on your bread, add a piece of fruit for dessert and a glass of fat free milk to drink ---------. See where I'm going with this? Once you begin to add some healthier choices to your menus, the nausea/vomiting may decrease, but as said above, you should discuss any diet changes with your doctor.
Avatar n tn Oh, I didn't realize that. That's for the info!
483733 tn?1326798446 I have to say that the Zucchini Cookies I made a couple of weeks a go with whole wheat flour were pretty good. I added walnuts and raisins along with the zucchini. I don't care for walnuts as much as I do pecans but they would be a waste in a cookie like this. Walnuts are cheaper and a good way to increase your protein, fiber and omega-3's. They are good in hot cereal, salads, and baked goods. As for them alone, they are not my favorite nut. I like cashews, peanuts, pecans and almonds.
Avatar f tn ll usually will have not a small bowl but kinda medium bowl of my favorite cereal, wheat bread toasted with some peanut butter on it and a banana and a glass of milk!!!
Avatar f tn what's everyone making for dinner? i'm making breaded baked chicken, with corn, mashed potatoes an banana bread for dessert!!!