Elige las comidas nutritivas de regreso a la escuela

La planificación de comidas infantiles durante la semana escolar se puede hacer simple al proporcionar alimentos nutritivos. Alicia Beltrán, dietista de investigación en el centro de investigación de nutrición de los niños del usda / Ars en baylor college of medicine y texas children ' s hospital, mapas de comidas saludables y aperitivos para alimentar a su hijo antes, durante y después de la escuela. Desayuno - la proteína te llena por más tiempo, por lo que siempre debes incluir proteínas en el desayuno de tu hijo. Los óvulos son una comida perfecta y flexible que mantiene a tu hijo lleno, sobre todo si incorpora verduras, que añade más fibra a la comida. Otra simple comida de la mañana es

Basado en plantas Hamburguesas - sí o no?

Se espera que el mercado de sustitutos de la carne golpee $ 2.5 mil millones en 2023, según las estimaciones de euromonitor. Entre dos de los principales productores, están usando ingredientes que podrían ser cuestionables si estás viendo tu ingesta de alimentos procesados. Para sus hamburguesas basadas en plantas, uno incluye incluir agua, proteína de guisante aislado, aceite de canola prensado, aceite de coco refinado, proteína de arroz y otros sabores naturales, incluyendo extracto de manzana y extracto de jugo de remolacha (para color) que son bastante buenos. Ingredientes para otro productor de hamburguesas, incluyen agua, concentrado de proteína de soja, aceite de coco, aceite de giras

LHUCA Presents the September First Friday Art Trail Lubbock, TX

This upcoming First Friday Art Trail will take place on Friday, September 6. Lubbock’s First Friday Art Trail, a program of LHUCA (The Louise Hopkins Underwood Center of the Arts), takes place in Lubbock’s downtown Cultural District between 6:00-9:00 pm, rain or shine. This is the 180th First Friday Art Trail, a free, self-guided public art happening that has taken Lubbock to the forefront of the Texas art scene. This event brings together collectors, artists and the community for an evening of art, live music and fun. This month’s event will take place at the following venues: LHUCA, Charles Adams Gallery, Charles Adams Studio Project, Art for Goodness Sake Fine Arts Gallery and Studio, Bad

MFV Announces Chief Development Officer

Mi Familia Vota proudly announces and welcomes Carlos Duarte as Chief Development Officer. Duarte has been with the organization in key roles for over 10 years, providing him immeasurable institutional knowledge and a clear vision for expanding a revenue stream to fund robust programs nationwide that are building Latino political power. He formerly served as the Texas state director. Duarte will prioritize building efficient systems, exploiting board members’ strengths, and harnessing staff and volunteer power to create a culture of philanthropy to advance the Latino and immigrant community. He will strive to integrate MFV’s field, communications, data and research and development to produce

City of Lubbock Proclaims Week of August 12 as El Paso Strong - El Paso Fuerte Week

Today, August 14, 2019, the City of Lubbock Mayor and City Council proclaimed the week of August 12 as El Paso Strong – El Paso Fuerte Week. The City of Lubbock issued a proclamation, in conjunction and solidarity with other West Texas cities, in light of the tragic event in El Paso on August 3, 2019. “This is a time for all West Texas municipalities to unite,” says Mayor Pro Tem Jeff Griffith. “It is important for Lubbock to express condolences, and to support our sister West Texas city as they grieve and move forward as a community. “Tonight, El Paso will hold a Community Memorial Service to reflect and honor the victims,” says Griffith. “Lubbock grieves with El Paso, maintains confidence

MFV Denounces New Policies in Trump’s Anti-Immigrant Agenda

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration published new rules that greatly restricts eligibility for lawful permanent residence and citizenship based on immigrants’ use of government services, household income, education, and other criteria. Mi Familia Vota issued the following statement: “We are appalled that President Trump continues to strategically draft policies that harm our communities rather than invest in creating solutions for our communities. The Trump administration’s public charge rules are another attack on the immigrant and Latino community, and a revived effort to preclude those seeking to come or remain in the United States – using legal avenues – from accessing the American Dre

Statement on El Paso from Lydia Camarillo, SVREP President

Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP) stands with the families who lost loved ones, and all the families in El Paso, Texas. SVREP demands immediate action from Congress. We call on Congress to stop future massacres and attacks on the Latino community. We call on Congress to pass stunting legislation to block the domestic war against the Latino community. SVREP further calls on the President to halt racists attacks on the Latino community, and that he stops using “invasion” and other derogatory comments with respect to the Latino and immigrant communities. The El Paso massacre is the largest attack on the Latino community in modern times. It is a personal attack instigated by

NALEO and NALEO Educational Fund Respond to Act of Violence and Hate in El Paso

Hate crime marks one of the deadliest attacks on Latinos in the history of the United States Washington, D.C. – The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) and NALEO Educational Fund today released a statement from their Boards of Directors Executive Committees regarding the recent acts of violence and hate in El Paso, Texas. “With 22 precious lives taken in yet another heinous act of violence, we have reached a turning point as a nation. White supremacy and racist violence have reemerged in this country as a widespread epidemic besieging people of color, with the Latino community in El Paso serving as the latest target. “With our constituents and fellow

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