Pack the Perfect Picnic: make sure you've covered the basics of keeping food properly chilled, handling leftovers, and ensuring that your eating area and hands are clean. A good rule of thumb? Upon returning home, if the ice in the cooler has melted, the leftovers are likely no longer cool enough to be considered safe to eat. [cont.]
Dr. Oz's Snack Attack: Recent studies prove that snacking on the right foods at the right time can turn your body into a fat-burning machine. Get your metabolism going with a pre-dinner snack, 1-2 hours before your main meal. Aim for a snack that's 6 grams of fiber, 10 grams of protein, and ends up being under 200 calories. Get started with the following four recipes.