chow time in no time
quick and easy snacks and meals
It's that time of year again, and between school, sports, and PTA meetings, you need all the extra time you can get. These time-saving solutions from Chef Boyardee® and Orville Redenbacher's® help you prepare snacks and meals in a snap so you can stay on schedule.
Peanut Butter and
Jelly Waffle Sandwiches
Peanut Butter and
a grown-up idea
of the lunchbox
nutritious tastes you love from the brands you trust
Having less time doesn't mean you need to sacrifice nutrition. With tasty, health-conscious meals from Marie Callender's® and Healthy Choice®, you can make a nutritious meal the whole family will love.
Vitamins are organic substances that come from plants and animals, and they're important to help our bodies grow and develop normally. To make sure your body gets enough vitamins, it's best to eat a balanced diet with a variety of different foods.
Minerals are inorganic substances that come from the earth, soil, and water. Minerals are absorbed by plants; humans absorb minerals through the plants they eat. Minerals help our bodies to grow and develop normally.
Our bodies use carbohydrates (carbs) to make glucose. Glucose gives us energy and helps keep everything going. Bodies can use glucose immediately or store it in the liver and muscles for when it is needed.
Proteins are part of every cell, tissue, and organ in our bodies, and they're constantly being broken down and replaced. Proteins come from the food we eat, and they're transformed into amino acids that are later used to replace these proteins in our bodies.
Fats are a significant source of energy and help your body absorb vitamins. Fats are important for proper growth and for keeping us healthy. A completely fat-free diet would not be healthy, yet it is important that fat be consumed in moderation.
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