Sinclair Cares | Tips on eating healthy
Emily Schwab is a single mother of two.
Emily's believes she's doing a pretty decent job providing healthy meals and snacks for her young children Gracie and Ronnie.
We asked registered dietician Julianne Koritz to check Emily's fridge, freezer and pantry to see how she's doing.
Not bad, but Julianne says EAT THE YOLKS!! They're good for your brain and hair.
ALWAYS read the list of ingredients. If it's more than three, it's probably not good for you. High fructose corn syrup, corn starch, dextrose, MSG - all bad stuff. And according to Julianne, the worst for kids? Food dyes.
And even though it may be convenient, pre-packaged, processed food is almost never good.
So, our registered dietitian suggests you make your own mini pizzas using shredded cheese and tomato sauce on an English muffin.
And, make your own salad dressing with oil and vinegar.