Napkin Please

January 17, 2014

in the generous life

Help your husband with his diet.

Whether it is a normal healthy diet or something special like low-carb, paleo or gluten-free, it’s lovely to have someone who understands your needs and will help with planning and preparing food.

If your husband isn’t on a special diet, it’s still a good idea to have healthy snacks on hand and plan your meals (less hassle and it typically saves a few pennies).

Do vegetarians eat animal crackers?  Author Unknown

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Kathleen January 17, 2014 at 10:01 am

I’m vegan, and I eat animal crackers, ha! :)

This is a great point, because I think sometimes women who do the majority of cooking try to please their husband with treats, but slowly kill him at the same time. If we are the cooks, we need to keep him healthy. Visa versa too, of course. I’m very blessed to have a hubby that does a major part of the cooking in the house. :)

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Gaye @CalmHealthySexy January 17, 2014 at 12:15 pm

Thanks so much for mentioning my post, Lori.

As the primary cook in our family, I enjoy the role of helping my husband eat healthy food (most of the time!)

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