Win Healthy Choice Meals (10 Winners)!

CONTESTS, HEALTH | | July 27, 2009 at 8:55 pm

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Congratulations Winners: Angela McCoy, Janet Fricano, Nora Scott-Platt, Laura Benjamin, Valerie Mitchell, Amanda Sandico, Heather Simone, Ramishia Mckissick, Erica Carnes, and Nancy Schools

CONTEST CLOSED!!!


With the focus of how kids should eat healthy it is important to note that children live by example. Stated simply if you want the kids to eat better, then do so yourself. Of course that is easier said than done. Cooking healthy takes time and even if you did manage to carve out the time to cook, would you really want to? Prepackaged meals have (deservedly) earned a bad name for themselves by hosting ingredients too tough to pronounce and then coated with (excess) sodium to disguise the crappy taste. Needless to say not a pretty picture.

I have always known that Healthy Choice prided itself on excellent ingredients so that was a no brainer but being a vegetarian meant my choices were further limited. Lo and behold the new range took me by total surprise and deserved a second look. Here’s why:

  • High in fiber for digestive health
  • Antioxidants such as lycopene and vitamins A and C
  • Low in fat and saturated fat
  • Vegetarian options include Mediterranean Pasta, Pumpkin Squash Ravioli, Sweet Asian Potstickers, and Tomato Basil Penne

Sound yummy to you, well 10 Mommy Niri readers (you read that correctly TEN) will get a chance to try it out. Let me know what Healthy Choice you are waiting to try (or what is your favorite if you already use it). All winners will get coupons to get their choice of meal.

Want to win it?

The contest closes on the 8th August, 2009. The winner will be chosen by random.org.

Leave a comment as to how you are incorporating healthy food in your meals (”count me in” type comments will not count). Make sure that you entered the correct contact details.

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231 Comments

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    Angela McCoy says:

    With four boys, each with their own degree of ‘pickiness,’ I really have to be creative to incorporate the healthy, nutrient-rich veggies into their diets.

    I mix pureed vegetables in with sauces and gravies, as well as frozen fruit treats (2/3 fruits to 1/3 vegetable blend). The kids never even notice they’re eating veggies this way.

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    Angela McCoy says:

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    Angela McCoy says:

    Following your blog and added your button to my blog roll.

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    Angela McCoy says:

    Comment on your Friday 5. I can so relate to having to reheat the lattes (and the breakfast, and the lunch, and the dinner and the . . . um, yah definitely relating to you here).

    ;o)

    Angela

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    Nora SP says:

    I have been taking my own lunches to work so it is much easier to avoid the junk food .

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    Marilyn Wons says:

    I serve meals to my family that always include steamed veges (that are in season) as a side dish. I also leave out the butter in boxed noodles that call for it. The butter is not necessary!

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    hminnesota says:

    at least 4 days in a work week, we cook meal at home that includes veggies and protein. Try to avoid much frozen food during week days, weekends are a bit relaxed though.

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    hminnesota says:

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    Carol says:

    I just started trying more and more organic products, and my husband and I have decided to eat fish 3x a week. It’s a little pricey, but healthy.

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    Carol says:

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    Carol says:

    I follow on Twitter (cdziuba) and tweeted http://twitter.com/cdziuba/status/2888024855

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    Stephanie says:

    We joined a CSA farm that provides us with a weekly share of fresh locally grown organic veggies- using up our share each week really helps ensure that we’re getting our daily dose of veggies and then some!

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    Stephanie says:

    Email subscriber

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    Stephanie says:

    Following on Twitter and tweeted here: http://twitter.com/stlyhu/status/2888180823

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    Alicia Webster says:

    I am just trying to be more conscious of what I am feeding my family and myself. For example, when I make the kids grilled cheese sandwiches, I broil them in the oven without butter. They like them the same, and it is a lot healthier. I also use low-sugar Smuckers on their PBJs, instead of regular jelly, and I use peanut butter that is just peanuts without salt or sugar added. Just little things here and there make the difference between a healthy diet and a healthier diet.

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    Alicia Webster says:

    I am a Facebook fan
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    Alicia Webster says:

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    ky2here says:

    WE start with a salad and lead by example. If they only pick at it, that’s OK. At least it’s a start.

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    Elizabeth says:

    I take these to work to avoid eating the unhealthy cafeteria food.

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    Elizabeth says:

    I subscribe by email

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I am trying so hard to be more healthier,i always have vegatables,either fresh or cooked at each meal,an keep fresh fruit on hand for snacks,an ive been getting wheat bread instead of white

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I am a fan on facebook an the name vickiecouturier

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I am Following Mommy Niri’s blog on facebook the name vickiecouturier

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I am a subscriber

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I follow on twitter an tweeted;
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    Cynthia Mercado says:

    We use a lot of vegetables in our main courses.

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    Cynthia Mercado says:

    I am a fan on Facebook

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    Cynthia Mercado says:

    I am following on facebook

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    Cynthia Mercado says:

    I am a subscriber

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    amy warren says:

    i have found if my kids grow it, they will eat it, so we plant lots of squash, eggplant, tomatoes, cucumbers and beans. the sweet asian potstickers sound great!

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    amy warren says:

    i subscribe.

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    Laura C says:

    I baked my french toast instead of frying it .
    I also eats lots of fruit.
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    Laura C says:

    I am already a subscriber
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    Benita G. says:

    We’re eating lots of fresh organic fruits and vegetables, avoiding sugar and white flour.

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    Benita G. says:

    I subscribe via email.

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    Angela says:

    Instead of reaching for sausage and pancakes every morning, I’ve started eating either a bowl of whole grain cereal or a plain bagel. For dinner, I love eating mixed veggies with very little cheese melted on top.

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    Tamara B. says:

    I am buying more frssh fruit and vegetables that is easily ready for a healthy snack for everyone in the house. I am cutting out starch and eating two vegetables at dinner time.
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    Tamara B. says:

    I am a fan on Facebook.
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    Tamara B. says:

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    Tamara B. says:

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    karly says:

    We make smoothies at home and add fresh fruit that we put in the freezer such as bananas, strawberries and mango. (We use the frozen fruit instead of adding ice.)It’s a lot cheaper than buying a smoothie at a smoothie shop and get our picky son to “drink his fruit”!

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    Ronda Garnett says:

    We are eating more raw veggies and fruits…and less fried anything :)

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    mrs.mommyy says:

    tend to use the blender to add foods and disguise foods

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    susan varney says:

    i eat alot of fruit for snacks mverno@roadrunner.com

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    Valerie says:

    We tend to eat fruit and salads alot, plus drink plenty of water

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    Theresa says:

    I’m crazy about Healthy Choice Fresh Mixers! My favorite is Rotini & Zesty Marinara Sauce.

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    Amber G says:

    I always opt for a side of grilled veggies or salad to complement pasta or meat.

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    Meghan says:

    “Eat your colors every day!” is the mantra in our house. At least one serving of a red, an orange, a yellow, a green, a blue/purple, and a white fruit or veg means we’re hitting our allotment. That was a lot easier to do before I got all “local and organic.” So, thank goodness for summer when the variety is back!

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    Janet F says:

    I incorporate healthy food into my meals by cooking with a lot of fresh vegetables. I include a vegetable with every meal.

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    Janet F says:

    Facebook Fan – Janet Fri

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    Janet F says:

    I follow with Networked Blogs – Janet Fri

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    Janet F says:

    I forgot to say that I would like to try Portabella Spinach Parmesan.

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    Janet F says:

    Subscribed.

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    valerie2350 says:

    the pumpkin ravioli sounds yummy

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    angie says:

    I try to have a fruit and yogurt smoothie as my desert/sweet of the day instead of other deserts/sweets.

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    Darlene T says:

    I have switched my breakfast to oatmeal and peanut butter after listening to John Tesh.

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    Heather S says:

    I have been adding more fruit to my diet. I usually don’t have much fruit because it spoils so quickly so I have been getting frozen fruit and dried fruit as additional servings.

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    denyse says:

    I try to mix in healthy options that the kids won’t notice. Granola on ice cream, fruits in yoguts, skim milk in cereeal, ect.

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    Carol G says:

    I make certain I always have fresh fruit and veggies available for snacks. I also stay away from such things as chips and dip, bakery goods, etc.

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    Mary M says:

    I try to have a salad with or for one meal a day. I like adding extra fruit, nuts and veggies for variety.

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    DeeAnn S says:

    I have been cutting the salt out of my cooking. Also, I’m eating more fresh fruits and raw veggies with meals. Thanks.

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    Monique Rizzo says:

    I like fresh fruit, and veggies, and lean sliced meats!

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    tung ton says:

    eliminated sodas/replaced with water & juice
    carrots at 9am & 2pm

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    Linda Lansford says:

    I buy more fruits and vegetables and less soda

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    May Schultz says:

    I’ve cut out all that diet soda I was drinking, and all the sweets I was consuming. My husband is a diabetic, so I need to keep sugar things out of the pantry

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    Shauna Lynn says:

    Fan on Facebook!

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    MH says:

    veggie potstickers sound delish!!

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    Ronda Garnett says:

    I’m a Facebook fan :)

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    Ronda Garnett says:

    I subscribed

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    Rita A says:

    I am watching portion sizes and not eating red meat.

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    Thomas I. says:

    We are encorporating more fresh organic fruit & vegetables weekly.

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    Patricia Treskovich says:

    We try to eat a lot of fresh fruit and vegetables

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    Patricia Treskovich says:

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    Patricia Treskovich says:

    follow you on twitter and tweeted Latest: just entered at @mommyniri Win Healthy Choice Meals #mommyniricontest 10 Winners http://tinyurl.com/m98oa…less than 5 seconds ago

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    G. L. PENROD says:

    LOVE THERE STUFF BUT ONLY GET IT WHEN TIS ON SALE AN I HAVE COUPONS

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    Gloria S says:

    I always use a fresh veggie as a side.

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    Sarah says:

    we eat organic!

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    serena says:

    i have been cooking more often and using ground turkey

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    Ashley says:

    i would love to try the Portabella Spinach Parmesan. it sounds soo good

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    Lisa Lo says:

    More salads and tons less salt if any.

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    Lisa Lo says:

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    Lisa Lo says:

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    Christine says:

    using ground turkey

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    barbara wright says:

    The 2 things I’ve changed so we eat more heathily is to buy only whole wheat pasta (we already only buy 100% whole wheat bread), and I make my own ground turkey and use it instead of ground beef when possible. For anyone who buys ground turkey, I think you should grind it yourself just once. You’d be AMAZED at the difference after you cook it. It makes me nauseous to look at ground turkey in stores now.

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    Erica C. says:

    I work late hours and I’ve been bringing lots of different fruits to keep myself busy!

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    I have not tried the healthy choice options. I think they are healthier than other foods, but still the best way to reach optimal health is to eat natural foods- fresh veggies and fruit, lean meats, low fat dairy and nuts.

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    autie says:

    I try to add wheat bread unstead of regular bread.

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    James Coyne says:

    I’m trying to add more fruit and veggies. Not sure how well that is working out though

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    Jessica says:

    I plan my meals around what looks good at the farmer’s market that week, and at the end of the week if I have anything left over I make a stirfry with whatever veggies I have on hand along with fresh fish, beef, or chicken.

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    Jessica says:

    I subscribe

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    Jessica says:

    I follow on Twitter as Jessilyn82 and tweeted http://twitter.com/Jessilyn82/status/3081375968

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    crystal says:

    We love Veggie burgers and other meatless products. We eat them often instead of red meat or fatty fast food restaurants.

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    Denise says:

    I am trying to add in as many new veggies as I can.

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    Li says:

    I want to fight my cancer with healthier food choices!!!

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    jan koontz says:

    all i have to say is yum

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    SUZANNA says:

    I am trying to eat less red meat and many more veggies this a great way to do both

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    Jason says:

    I have been adding a lot more vegetables into my meals lately. I love peppers

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    GENEVIEVE WARREN says:

    veggies, are so important we never eat enough, same with fruits>

    Genevieve

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    Jacob LaFountaine says:

    I’m cutting down on portion sizes while adding more fruits and vegetables to fill us up

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    Tammi says:

    I always focus my meals around the meat and the veggie, offering 2 veggies if possible. I’m lucky that my daughter loves vegetables, but getting her to eat meat without a rich and high-calories sauce id hard. It’s a battle, I tell ya!!

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    Tammi says:

    I am a FB Fan:
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    Tammi says:

    I follow your blog on FB too! (Networked)

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    Tammi says:

    I follow you on twitter and tweeted!!

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    Tammi says:

    I follow to your blog and subscribe in reader too!

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    damon says:

    We always put the raw veggies and fruits at the kids level in the fridge so it’s the first thing see and the first thing they grab.

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    dianne says:

    I add nuts to everything I can. Meats, salads, ect.

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    Dierdra Byrd says:

    We try to use rice as much as we can. The kids actually like it! WOOHOO that is hard to do with my kids!

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    Dierdra Byrd says:

    already follow you on twitter- dlb1980
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    My favorite is the potstickers–just brought 6 on sale! My blog and our life is all about eating healthy and we live what we preach: we cook healthy REAL food-no processed and preserved 90% of the time.

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    Megan B. says:

    I am educating myself, first and foremost. I’ve learned that if you calorie count and you add as much great healthy things in your diet as possible (whole wheat and grains, fruits, veggies, nuts such as almonds and flaxseed) the rest kind of filters out normally.

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    geekbearinggifts says:

    We are eating locally-grown organic fruit and vegetables as part of our getting-healthier plan. The Portabella Spinach Parmesan sounds great. The Healthy Choice website doesn’t call it vegetarian, though it doesn’t list anything other than lacto-ovo vegetarian ingredients on the description page. Guess I’ll have to read the entire ingredient list at the grocery store. Thank you for the offer!

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    Jessica says:

    I hardly ever buy red meat, instead I opt for chicken, turkey or fish. Almost all of my fruits and vegetables are organic, especially if we eat the skin. Also, I only use whole grain rices, pastas and breads.

    I pre-plan my meals and snacks to keep them as healthy as possible! There are minimal processed foods in my home. With a young child, I am trying to introduce him to the healthiest lifestyle possible.

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    beth shepherd says:

    I try to keep healthy snacks readily available for us. I also cook alot instead of eating out.
    Thank you for the chance
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    Pat says:

    I’m trying to add more fruit and vegetables to my meals and eating a lot less meat.

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    Sylvie W. says:

    The key for me is to make meals that have great flavor and are appealing to the eye.

    I use chicken breast a lot when cooking. Last weekend I pressure cooked 5-6 lbs and used a red wine as the liquid. Wow. The chicken was so tasty.

    Also, I’m opening to eating all types of fruits and vegetables. Explore, you’ll be surprised at the wonderful variety of items out there (and that is fresh, frozen and canned; I don’t snub canned or frozen). Hit diffferent markets, your green grocer, chain grocery store and neighborhood markets that specialize in different culture’s fruits and vegetables.

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    Gabriel Jolivet says:

    I try to have more steamed veggies!

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    Tracy says:

    I love making ‘salmon burgers’ and have been actively incorporating healthier meals into my life for awhile now. Would love to win some healthy choice since I’m making just that, healthy choices, daily! :-)

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    Nancy says:

    We use a lot of seasonal fruits and vegetables in our meals and snacks to eat healthier.

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    Nancy says:

    I am an e-mail subscriber.

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    Christie says:

    We grow some of our own veggies and often have a meal of just a big salad.

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    brenda pittman says:

    We don’t fry foods, unless it’s hamburger for spagetti or chile.

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    Kimberly says:

    I make it a point to ALWAYS make a veggie now. It’s easy to skip if you’re in a hurry, but it’s so much better to fill up on something good for you.

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    Steph says:

    I’m trying to incorporate more fruits and veggies into my diet. I don’t exactly love vegetables, so it’s a challenge, but I know it’s something I need to do.

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    Steph says:

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    Steph says:

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    tracey I says:

    I am always looking for quick healthy dinner options!

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    christopher h says:

    we’re buying and eating a lot more organic veg and fruit

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    dawn says:

    I am cutting down on my portion sizes.

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    Chalyn Coleman says:

    I’m not a big veggie fan but I try to blend in broccoli and string beans into pasta and rice dishes.

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    Mishia says:

    We try to eat healthier by incorporating vegetables and only occasionally have fried food.

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    Mishia says:

    I’m already a subscriber.

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    Mishia says:

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    Mishia says:

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    Erma says:

    We try to eat veggies with every meal.

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    Jere says:

    I try to get them a vegetable and fruit with every meal and provide only healthier snacks such as fruit and whole grains as snack options.

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    Jennifer says:

    I try to eat more veggies

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    sarah d. says:

    I quit smoking almost two years ago and put on 25 pounds. Starting last week, I’m hitting the gym several days a week and have been eating Fit & Active (Aldi’s brand) meals/snacks.

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    Sherry E. says:

    For my family to eat healthier, I have been “hiding” vegetables in almost everything I make! Also, we have been using the George Foreman Grill, and that takes a lot of the fats out of the food. Thanks for the chance!

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    shawna says:

    I’m trying to get my husband and daughter to eat more fruits and veggies so I sneak them into our meals and I also find healthy versions of our favorite foods.

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    gloria says:

    I am buying lots of fresh veggies and fruits from farmers markets. I also grow veggies like cukes, tomatoes, summer squash and onions. They taste great when they’re fresh. I mix them in with foods that kids like. Such as macaroni and cheese.

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    gloria says:

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    gloria says:

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    gloria says:

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    Jennifer C says:

    We’ve been buying and eating more fresh produce from the local farmers market.

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    Lisa Taylor says:

    I would like to try the Mediterranean Pasta

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    Kim H. says:

    I try to have fresh fruits & veggies in our meals. If that isn’t an option, we’re busy, I do like the ‘tv dinners’ that have veggies incorporated tightly into their dinners. By that I mean, not separated and easily ignored.

    Thanks so much!

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    Lu Ann says:

    We are eating veggie burgers and more soy products, less red meat and more chicken and fish. Less fat.

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    jeanine says:

    i’m eating healthier by switching to wheat bread and pasta and brown rice.

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    jeanine says:

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    jeanine says:

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    jeanine says:

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    Helen S says:

    We are eating more fruits and vegetables.

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    Charity S. says:

    I’m including veggies in every meal. My body and diet, took a beating without enough veggies. It’s must!

    Thanks

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    Gloria Dornin says:

    We have put down on potatoes and now eat the new brown pastas. We also switched to smart balance mayo

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    I am anxiously awaiting the Sweet Asian Potstickers to come to my area. Thank you for having this giveaway.
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    I am a subscriber.
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    kathy pease says:

    i have been adding more dishes that contain vegetables in them and cutting out fatty fried foods

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    kathy pease says:

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    kathy pease says:

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    Nancy says:

    I love Chicken Margarita.

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    Jessica Maurer says:

    I try to put veggies into things I know my family will eat. For example, last Saturday we had Spinach in cheesey noodles. They love the cheese but are still eating the spinach since it’s in there!

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    Nancy says:

    I follow you on twitter and I tweeted.
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    Nancy says:

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    Tammy says:

    I try and have a least one “green” vegetable at each meal, knowing for the most part they are the healthiest, a little bit of melted cheese on them, makes them easier for the kids to stomach!

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    Laura Benjamin says:

    We no longer have chips or other unhealthy snacks. Instead I always make sure there are plenty of fresh vegetables and fruit for everyone to eat. I am a fan on Facebook.

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    Jennifer Jozwiak says:

    I’m adding more vegetables to my diet and teaching my little one that the pretty bright colors are also good for you!

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    Theresa Dell says:

    Lots of veggies added to salds and also fresh fruit salads, the kids love it

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    Kelly F says:

    The sneaky chef has a lot of great recipes for incorporating healthy foods into foods without changing the taste or the kids noticing. If you puree vegetables and add them into sauces, they always taste great.

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    Betty C says:

    I’ve found that letting the kids pick out veggies from the Farmers Market makes them more likely to eat them. Also when they help prepare a meal they are more interested in eating it.

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    Lizzy says:

    Mediterranean Pasta looks good!

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    Candie l says:

    My husband is starting to incorporate more salads into our meals. Thank you

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    Candie l says:

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    john urbigkeit says:

    cool giveaway love to win. Good for my diet….

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    Susan Smith says:

    I make sure there are fruits and vegatable available in the refrigerator for snacks.

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    David Richardson says:

    I have 2 big gardens and try to eat lots of vegetables. I like all th Healthy Choice Asian meals.

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    blueviolet says:

    Summer is the perfect time to be healthier because so much fresh produce is available. I try to include at least one fresh vegetable and fruit in every meal. Since it tastes so fantastic, everyone is happy!

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    blueviolet says:

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    blueviolet says:

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    Lia says:

    I’m trying to eat more fiberous foods as beans, cabbage and whole wheat bread and cutting out foods that have trans fats in them when possible.