Best Foods for Busy Women
Pressed for time but still want to provide healthy fare for your family and friends? The editors of Health magazine recently convened a panel of nutrition experts who voted on the best new products for women on the go. Here are the editors’ picks in a cornucopia of categories, from guilt-free snacks to superfast dinners:
Best Bagel: Sarah Lee Heart Healthy 100% Whole Wheat Bagels
Best Cereal: Total Honey Clusters
Best Oatmeal: Quaker Weight Control Instant Oatmeal, Cinnamon
Best Smoothie: Naked Juice Antioxidant, Mighty Mango
Best Soup: Campbell’s Select Savory Lentil
Best Frozen Dinner: Lean Cuisine Dinnertime Selects, Chicken Portabello
Best Frozen Pizza: Amy’s Mediterranean Pizza With Cornmeal Crust
Best Bread: Earth Grains Honey Whole Grain
Best Crackers: South Beach Diet Whole Wheat Crackers
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