Foods to Help Keep Kids Energized and Focused at School
Schools are back in session. Busy parents don’t need any more complication to get through the school year. So I found some cool healthy snacks and lunch ideas for the kiddies! We all know the kids still want flavor while you want some cost-effective and healthy for them. Together we can find a great solution satisfying both parents and kids. Simple and easy are keys to success. My latest segments on ABC News Channel 8 “Let’s Talk Live” and NBC’s WBAL TV 11 in Baltimore reveal tips and recipe ideas for school lunches, at-home snacks, and dinner ideas that give them high marks throughout the day because they are fueled, focused and sharp. A simple way to get your kids and family to eat healthier and snack smarter is to start with familiar foods and add in nutrition wherever you can. I have lots of ideas below. Most importantly in the midst of your busy week, take time to eat together. Families who eat together are happier and healthier. Diclosure: I worked with KIND snacks, Lil’ Critters, Walmart, Turbana, Pirate’s Booty and Nature Box on these TV segments. I did not receive compensation for mentioning Let’s Move Salad Bars to Schools. Start your day with a balanced breakfast! Brain foods are all the rage and a great way to fuel your school kids. For a balanced breakfast try making a parfait with granola from KIND “healthy grains,” with plain Greek yogurt and fresh fruit. This meal will provide the balanced of lean protein, w...
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