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While caloric needs of children do differ from adults, they also differ according to the age of the child. As an infant, they need nutrients, especially vitamins and minerals, to develop properly.
According to a recent survey, 40% of Americans spend 30 to 60 minutes cooking dinner, yet nearly 80% would like to spend 30 minutes or less.
A growing number of health-conscious Americans have turned to juicers and blenders to give their diets a needed boost. There are a number of reasons for this trend.
Snacking is a vital part of any balanced diet, and is an important way to keep your body going during the day. Just like with main meals, eating the wrong snack foods can seriously impact your energy levels and productivity.