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Helping Kids Eat in a Healthy Common Sense Way

Many busy families struggle to eat meals together, eat healthy meals and eat at home. While running kids to activities it is often easy to go through a drive through restaurant and pick up something quickly. If your child struggles with feeding issues or is a very picky eater mealtimes can be even more challenging. Read More

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Why Kids Need School Lunch

Healthy school environments should support children’s physical, mental, social, and behavioral development. Studies have shown that teens experiencing shame (such as being sent away without lunch) may show an increase in aggressive behavior. Read More

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High Protein Snacks help with Attention

Maintaining steady blood sugar throughout the day helps kids (and adults) avoid highs and lows of energy throughout the day. Smart snacking can help ward off afternoon sleepiness and inattention. Mom was right; breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Starting the day off with protein, carbohydrates and healthy fat will go a long way to keeping your blood sugar and snacking in in line for the day. Read More

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Tactile Exploration with Food

Some children are overly sensitive to touch, movement, visual input, or auditory input. This may cause behaviors such as withdrawing when touched and avoiding certain textures of food or clothing. Read More

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