How to pack healthy foods that kids will eat
Stacy Peercy, nutrition educator for The Garden Kitchen, showed the class a few simple ideas to remake popular lunch items in a healthier way. For example, a typical “Lunchable” purchased from the store comes with crackers, lunch meat and cheese slices.
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Be "Pro-pack-tive" And Send A Healthful Lunch
(NAPSI)—Lunch is important to power kids through their school day, explains Dr. Kurt Hong of the Center for Human Nutrition and director of Huntington Medical Foundation. He recommends combining complex carbohydrates with lean protein—nonfat yogurt …
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