What is a good name for a healthy eating booklet?

Question by k12345: What is a good name for a healthy eating booklet?
I have to design a healthy eating booklet for teenagers, but i can’t think of a good, catchy name.

I appreciate the help,
Thanks

Best answer:

Answer by violenceisforsuckers
“Eat better, feel better, look better”
“You are what you eat…don’t be junk/fake”
good luck!

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What is the name of the song used in the ad campaign from WorkCover New South Wales, titled “Homecomings”?

Question by allyally14: What is the name of the song used in the ad campaign from WorkCover New South Wales, titled “Homecomings”?
WorkCover NSW commenced a compelling awareness campaign on 27 January 2007 focusing on the broader impact that a workplace injuries can have on home and family. Titled ‘Homecomings’ the campaign, brings home the message about the importance of staying safe at work in order to return home to your family safely.

The campaign’s theme, workplace safety doesn’t just affect you at work – it affects your whole family, emphasises the importance of placing a high value on safety, in a personal way.
The campaign and concept was originated by WorkSafe Victoria and adapted for WorkCover NSW, following the successful impact of the Victorian campaign, which ran in 2006. It is an example of the States working together to harmonise key areas of occupational health and safety and workers compensation.

The campaign’s message is an important one for the whole community as workplace injuries bear a heavy social and financial cost. In 2004/05 there were 125 work related fatalities in NSW were 50,000 serious injuries (they are injuries with more than 5 days off work) and over a billion dollars in costs. The campaign includes an advertising element which will air on television as well as radio, newspapers and buses in metropolitan, regional and ethnic media across NSW.

There are many reasons for staying safe at work. One of the most important reasons is to ensure a safe return home to friends and family. Workplace injuries can affect employers, colleagues and the community. In a worst case scenario workplace incidents can cost lives. There are simple things people can do to help safety at work, such as reporting hazards and risks if you identify them, following safe work methods and cooperating with employers instructions.

Best answer:

Answer by me
could you give a link to the commercial at least? some more info to work with?

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What should I name my blog?

Question by Playmesomemusic: What should I name my blog?
So, I’m going to start a blog. Its going to have have pictures of outfits I wear, and occasionally a makeup/hair tutorial and maybe some reviews. I’m doing it because I’m trying to be more frugal and such and this helps me be more creative with what I already have.
I have no idea what to name it though so i need help with that, thanks 🙂
My name is Moriah Danielle

Best answer:

Answer by Captin Shmit
A pun based on your name. I could probably come up with something for you if you divulged this information.

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Wile E. Coyote .. ACME, The Name You Can Trust! …..item 1..Great summertime recipes for a barbecue party (2011) …

Wile E. Coyote .. ACME, The Name You Can Trust! …..item 1..Great summertime recipes for a barbecue party (2011) …
Healthy Eating Recipes
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What’s more American than apple pie? These are a lighter alternative to the traditional apple pie. Caramelized apple pie filling is sandwiched between creamy “apple pie” whipped cream. Topped with a cinnamon granola crunch and patriotic decorations, you’re ready for Fourth of July fireworks with dessert in hand!

…..item 1)….aish.com….A July 4th Barbecue….Great summertime recipes for a barbecue party.

June 28, 2011 / 26 Sivan 5771

by Sharon Matten

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Happy Birthday America!

Although the ideal place for Jewish people to live is Israel, a lot of us live in America. Celebrating July 4th gives us an opportunity to give appreciative recognition to the country that gives us significant religious freedom. It also gives us a great excuse to have friends and family over for a barbecue party! Our family loves to grill all year round, but the middle of the summer weather makes it much more fun. While the Designated Griller grills the food, the kids run in the sprinkler, color with chalk, and play catch while the grownups run in the sprinkler, color with chalk, and play catch! Just kidding…although it is a great time for everyone to kick back and enjoy each others company while eating great and healthy food.

All the recipes I’m going to share with you are also great for friends and family that are GFE’s (Gluten Free Eaters).

I hope you enjoy these summertime recipes.
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***** LIGHT POTATO SALAD WITH CORN AND PARSLEY

My mother-in-law, the nutritionist, gave me this terrific recipe which takes the traditional potato salad and makes it lighter. No mayonnaise, but packed with delicious and healthy corn and fresh parsley from the garden, this recipe is a barbecue favorite.

You can use large or small potatoes. I have even seen an assortment of multicolored small potatoes (purple!) in the store, which would make for an unusual, and colorful, summer salad! You can also use 20 ounces of canned corn instead of the frozen variety – whatever you have on hand!

2 pounds potatoes (approximately 4 large)
½ cup fresh parsley, chopped
¼ cup green onions, sliced
2 tablespoons olive oil
¼ cup lemon juice
½ teaspoon salt (or more to taste)
1 dash garlic powder
1 dash black pepper
1 pound frozen corn, defrosted

In a large stockpot, cover the potatoes with water and cook for 20-30 minutes until fork tender. Remove from water and let cool.

Cut the cooled potatoes into 1 inch cubes. You can leave the peel on for a healthier and more rustic salad. Place into a large bowl. Add the remaining ingredients. Toss to combine. Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes to let the flavors of the salad blend. Serve to your favorite barbecue guests!
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***** SWEET POTATO SALAD WITH LIME JUICE

Although I serve it year round, this is one of my personal favorite potato salads. It gets its crunch from sweet apples, healthy celery, and flavorful chopped pecans.

2 pounds sweet potatoes (about 4 large)
¼ cup limes juice
2 large apples, peeled and diced
2 stalks celery, thinly sliced
6 ounces pecans, chopped
½ cup lowfat mayonnaise
¼ cup light brown sugar

Place the potatoes in a pot with enough water to cover the potatoes and cook for 20-30 minutes until fork tender. Remove from water and let cool.

Drain potatoes and allow them to cool enough to peel. Cut into 1 inch cubes. Place in a mixing bowl and sprinkle with lime juice. Add the diced apples, celery and nuts to the potatoes. Add enough mayonnaise to coat well. Chill before serving.
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***** GRILLED HAMBURGER CAKE

What’s a birthday party without a cake? Who would expect a GRILLED HAMBURGER CAKE? This surprise cake is one of the highlights of the Fourth of July celebration. Yes, you read that right! Two huge grilled hamburgers “frosted” with smooth mashed potatoes and decorated with drizzled ketchup or barbecue sauce. This “cake” combines two of my favorite activities – grilling and cake decorating.

For more information about this recipe go to www.koshereveryday.com

3 pounds ground beef
¼ cup barbecue sauce
7 cups instant dried mashed potatoes
¼ cup chicken consume mix
4 tablespoons margarine
1 tablespoon onion powder
10 cups boiling water
ketchup for garnish

Heat grill to medium heat. Divide beef into two. Form two large patties from the ground beef. Grill until cooked through, flipping once – around 10 minutes. Spread barbecue sauce on burgers during grilling. Remove from grill.

While the beef is cooking prepare the potatoes. Combine all the dry ingredients until thoroughly mixed. Add boiling water and margarine and stir until completely smooth.

Place one of the patties on a large heat-proof plate. Cover generously with mashed potatoes and smooth. Top with the next patty. “Frost” the layers with rest of the potatoes. You can use a pastry bag to pipe borders and decorations on the “cake”, and can make a “ridged” edge by running a serrated knife along the outside of the “frosted cake”. Drizzle ketchup along the edge of the cake for additional decoration.

Slice and serve warm to your surprised guests!
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img code photo……APPLE PIE PARFAITS with HOMEMADE CRUNCHY TOPPING

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*****APPLE PIE PARFAITS with HOMEMADE CRUNCHY TOPPING

What’s more American than apple pie? These are a lighter alternative to the traditional apple pie.

Caramelized apple pie filling is sandwiched between creamy “apple pie” whipped cream. Topped with a cinnamon granola crunch and patriotic decorations, you’re ready for Fourth of July fireworks with dessert in hand!

If you don’t have fancy parfait glasses, use clear plastic cups, or just scoop this delicious dessert into bowls. If you don’t have time to peel and cook the apples or to make the home made granola topping, you can use store bought apple pie filling and granola – but the home made version is way better! For the GFE – omit the crunch topping and replace with a gluten free store bought variety.

8 large apples, cored, peeled, and thinly sliced
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons margarine
¼ cup sugar
¼ cup brown sugar
2 teaspoons cinnamon
½ cup cold water
1 tablespoon corn starch
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
3 cups pareve heavy whipping cream
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
2 cups rolled oats
4 tablespoons margarine
¼ cup brown sugar
2 tablespoons flour
¼ cup chopped pecans, toasted
1 teaspoon cinnamon
non-stick vegetable spray

Preheat oven to 350° F. Cover a large cookie sheet with aluminum foil, then spray with non-stick vegetable spray. In a medium bowl combine the rolled oats, margarine, brown sugar, flour and chopped pecans. Blend together with a fork until only small lumps remain. Spread out on the prepared cookie sheet and bake for 15 minutes, tossing occasionally, until golden brown. Set aside to cool.

In a large bowl, coat the apple slices with the lemon juice. Melt the margarine in a large skillet, over medium-high heat,. Add the apples, sugar, and brown sugar, and cinnamon and sauté until the apples are soft and caramelized, about 25-30 minutes.

In a small bowl or measuring cup combine the cold water, corn starch, and vanilla. Stir until the corn starch is completely dissolved. Add to the apples and cook over medium heat until the liquid thickens. Set aside and cool completely.

Remove 1/3 of the apple mixture, and place in the bowl of a food processor and pulse until coarsely ground. In the bowl of an electric mixer, whip the cream until stiff peaks form. Blend in the processed apples, thoroughly combining.

Layer the cream and apples in large parfait cups (cream, apples, cream). Top with crunchy toppings and additional decorations. Makes 12 large parfaits.

Note: You can use 2 cups of whipping cream instead of 3 for a cream with more apple flavor.
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what should i name my blog?

Question by Playmesomemusic: what should i name my blog?
So, I’m going to start a blog. Its going to have have pictures of outfits I wear, and occasionally a makeup/hair tutorial and maybe some reviews. I’m doing it because I’m trying to be more frugal and such and this helps me be more creative with what I already have.
I have no idea what to name it though so i need help with that, thanks 🙂
My name is Moriah 🙂

Best answer:

Answer by Arcane Zeal
Moriah’s Makeover
Moriah’s Touch
Madame Moriah

Just giving you ideas to work with.

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Good name for a frugal website/blog?

Question by Tracy.W: Good name for a frugal website/blog?
Hello,
Looking to start a blog that would be mainly for helping people get great deals,coupons,mom stuff, contests, saving for vacations stuff like that. But I want it to have a fun name not like anything you see all the time. I have thought of a few untill my mind called it quits lol. I would really appreciate some help and thankyou very much ahead of time for your suggestions =)

Best answer:

Answer by Maria Md
what about……hmmmmm sth with ”greatdeal”or sth??i dont know haha sorry

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Please name some of the top health and fitness excursion?

Question by River: Please name some of the top health and fitness excursion?
Must be at least a few months. fancy is not important.
Could be cleanse, heavy exersize or any type of fighting technique. Somewhere to go for a while and come back healthy fit person. Not looking for health tips please

Best answer:

Answer by timetraveler
dont know

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If I had a pet I would name it Dreams. I would take very good care of it.

If I had a pet I would name it Dreams. I would take very good care of it.
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1. I am thankful for working on my third, large, text drawing.
2. I am thankful for finally bringing the ideas, writings and sketches to light and life.
3. I am thankful for looking back at my travel books and journals in the passed couple of days. They were and are delightful and tear inducing. I am very thankful that I chose to keep them, even if some of it is difficult to look at still. I am thankful for finding some of the drawings from stuff that was clawing my insides but had no words for. I am thankful for watching how they have changed and grown.
4. I am thankful for beautiful, fresh, healthy food from The Zeldster and the Janster! 🙂
5. I am thankful for consistently meditating and then doing automatic writing directly after. Sketches for existing and new work have materialized over pages and pages. It makes showing up and doing the work a lot easier! 🙂
6. I am thankful for being surrounded by so many beautiful flowers and colours! Have I ever mentioned how much I heart flowers! It would be totally cool to have a small field to just grow wild flowers in! 🙂
7. I am thankful for going to the Regina Plains Museum last week. I plan to go back within the coming 40 days .. when the light is from the west. The light is quite lovely in the museum! I like to take my time when I visit display types of places because I enjoy examining the items and how those items interact with their surroundings. All that could be somewhat summed up by saying, “Ooh .. shiny! :)” I am thankful for the people that have been encouraging me to visit the museum over the years. Hooray! I finally made it!! 🙂
8. I am thankful for forgiving myself for not being very social this week. It seems that berating myself for not being good enough doesn’t fix that problem, it in fact exacerbates it! Golly, who knew. tee hee. 😉 The large, text piece I am working on now addresses my feelings of not feeling that I am enough. I also did a little postcard sized drawing that says, “I am enough. Damnit” to remind me.
9. I am thankful for getting Havi’s monster manual. Although my monsters tell me it is a coincidence, I have accomplished so much and delightful events have taken place – including having a fun conversation about monsters with my sisters! That might be a miracle in itself. I have been getting so much work and feel better – I even eat healthier! 🙂 Sprouts or legumes anyone?!
10. I am thankful for reading Everett Bogue’s Far Beyond The Stars How to Create a Movement and Minimalist Workday because
1. he seems sincere as in, “I’m a real person. I wanted something different than I had. I tried a bunch of stuff. This is what worked for me.”
2. He recommended shortening the number of hours worked because there is a tendency to take the allotted time. I am trying that. It is working for me.
3. I like minimalist approach to my life and reading material. I find it relaxing and productive.
4. You can purchase his other writing here.
5. He reads Seth’s stuff too! 🙂
6. I am thankful for limiting the time to making this thankful list to two hours – it sure has me on task!! 🙂
11. I am thankful for thinking about Terry this morning. I am thankful for the drawing and writing that it spurred. I knew him a couple of lifetimes ago when I was on dialysis. He used to ask me why I smiled so much at that place. I used to tell him, “It’s just gas!” with an even bigger smile. Now that it has been about a decade since he is gone, something tells me he was looking for a better reason to smile. It was strange to cry for so many people that were gone so long ago. A good cry none the less. Something in me wants to scream at random(ish) people, “You matter! Damnit.” Cuz people should know!
12. I am thankful for Paulette and for her gifts of friendship and love. I am thankful for the book Elegance Of The Hedgehog by Muriel Barbery. The book has affected me in unexpected ways. I am also thankful that RPL had the unabridged sound recording of it avec French accents! 🙂
13. I am thankful for my mom (AKA Ma) and her thoughtfulness and generosity. I am thankful how she keeps trying and doing her best (maybe that is where I get that from .. except she calls it stubborn when I do it)! 😉 I am excited for her and the new experiences, people, travels and work entering her life! It reminds me of a Hugh MacLeod’s All good ideas must die print (which just happened to be the desktop on the one screen this morning). Cool, non.
14. I am thankful for Tansi by SoloCree because it is just so pretty. 🙂
15. I am thankful for quitting the idea that I must use a computer to write ‘because all *real* writers use computers’ and they all write FABulously! I am thankful to discover that writers write. Yep. If you are a *real* writer, you write .. somehow. You just show up and write. Writers don’t just think about writing, they write. Writers don’t just talk about writing, they write. I write. 🙂
16. I am thankful for hugs. 🙂
17. I am thankful for learning to do Very Personal Ads from Havi! 🙂
18. I am thankful for showing up and doing the work! 🙂
19. I am thankful for having a really lovely journal to write in.
20. I am thankful for changing and making new, helpful habits.
21. I am thankful for movement and freedom.
22. Thank you for reading. 🙂

I also needed to correct myself – I think I had blamed my regular shipping on Seth Godin but it was really Art Of Non Conformity’s fault because I read about the awesomeness of regular shipping in his ebook and/or Guide first. I sincerely apologise for attributing some of your awesomeness to Mr. Godin’s awesomeness .. honest mistake! 😉
That said, I am expecting to not be so busy getting in my own way (GIMOW) and find some cash to purchase some awesomeness, likely artsyfartsy related.

This is Lily.

*This morning the thought, “if I had a pet fish I would call it “Dreams” and feed and talk to it every day!” while attempting to make a thank you note. 🙂

What is the name of the Occupational Health and Safety Legislation for Tasmania between employers + employees?

Question by robertc_tas: What is the name of the Occupational Health and Safety Legislation for Tasmania between employers + employees?

Best answer:

Answer by lakaria_2000
http://natindex.nohsc.gov.au/mb.aspx?cat=Legal+requirements/Legislation

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