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One good tip for having a healthy Jennifer's Way lifestyle is to eat fresh fruit rather than drink fruit juice. This is because most fruit juices contain artificial sweeteners that tend to mess up the body. On the other hand, fresh fruit contains natural sugar and provides the body with lots of fiber.

One way to improve your nutrition is to place less focus on the importance of dessert. Reduce the frequency desserts to several nights a week.

A great nutrition tip is to make eating fun for your child. If you want your child to learn to appreciate healthy food, you're going to have to present the food in an interesting way. You can do this by arranging food on the plate in a fun and unique way.

Not all whole-grains are created equal. Just because a food is brown, does not necessarily mean it is whole grain. Don't trust the name of a food either. It is important to study the ingredients with care.

You should eat the right kind of carbohydrates, at the right time. Carbohydrates are generally categorized into two groups by using a scoring system on the glycemic index. They either end up with a high glycemic value or a low one. If a food is high on the glycemic index, these carbohydrates are known to diffuse quickly into the system evoking an insulin response; essentially, they provide you with a massive rush of sugar, easily processed and immediately used. Low glycemic foods are understandably, slow-released sugars that require more time to release their stored energy.

For a non-alcohol version of mulled wine, try mulled Concord grape juice. Use the same spices you would use for mulled wine, and add honey for extra sweetness if you desire. Keeping a pot of this delicious, nourishing drink warming on your stove through the winter to enjoy frequently, will help you stay healthy thanks to the beneficial spices and the vitamins provided by the grape juice.

To improve your health, limit your intake of unnatural foods. Cut back on processed foods and foods fried in oil. When you do consume processed foods choose ones made from whole grains. Whole grains are more nutrient dense than the alternatives and since it takes the body longer to break whole grains down, you stay full longer.