Camilla Cooks: Easy Whole-Grain Energy Bars (Healthy Cooking)

Camilla Saulsbury demonstrates how to make a quick, easy, delicious and healthy whole-grain energy bar. Quick note: Bake bars for 10 minutes–sorry, forgot to say in video! Visit Camilla’s website for the complete recipe, as well as multiple variations for the bars, including Cherry-Pepita, Apricot- Almond, Chocolate Chip, Cranberry-Pecan and Apple Pie. (see posting for 2.19.08)
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Earnest Eats Baked Whole Food Bar, Cran Lemon Zest, 1.9-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)

Earnest Eats Baked Whole Food Bar, Cran Lemon Zest, 1.9-Ounce Bars (Pack of 12)

  • Pack of twelve, 1.9-ounce bars (total of 22.8 ounces)
  • Vegan; Wheat-free
  • 5g Protein
  • 190mg Omega-3s
  • 100% natural

No spray-on vitamins or protein powders. No corn, peanut or soy oils. No ingredient lists with long compound words. Just whole nuts, fruits, seeds and grains, and rich roasted almond butter.

List Price: $ 21.00

Price: $ 11.77

Spain says ‘Adios’ to smoking in bars, cafes

Spain says ‘Adios’ to smoking in bars, cafes
Spain, famed for its smoke-filled bars, corner cafes and restaurants, set the stage Wednesday for a tough new anti-smoking law that will rid the country of its dubious status as one of Western Europe’s easiest places to light up.
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Cutting through calcium confusion
How important is it to take calcium supplements with meals? I’ve read that calcium citrate doesn’t need to be taken with food but calcium carbonate does. Is this true?A. Yup, it’s true. Calcium is like a baby’s diaper: If you don’t have good absorption, you’ll find yourself in a mess. Food helps your body absorb calcium carbonate better. But you can take calcium citrate on an empty stomach, and …
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Seniors stay strong to live long
Question: My dad is 70 years old and in pretty good health but I want to help him stay that way so he can continue to enjoy his life as much and for as long as possible. What’s the best exercise for seniors?
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