Now that school is starting back up parents all over are racking their brains…”what should I pack for lunch?”
Here is a school lunch check list (with a few examples) to make sure you are sending your kid to school with a healthy lunch thanks to Erika Burdick of B. Fit Long Island.
We all know keeping hydrated is important. Water is optimal. I know many people think water is bland and need some more flavor. Juices are often high in sugar and calories.
Here are some healthy ideas to keep you and your kids hydrated.
A great way to cool off on the hot summer days.
“Natural fruit is yummy and sweet and no need to add sugar for a delicious snack.”- says Erika Burdick of B. Fit Long Island
Simple and easy to make!
Yogurt bites are a delicious and healthy snack that parents will not be able to resist either.
Who loves a nice and refreshing salad on a beautiful day?
With every bite you get a burst of flavor that will have you saying, “I can not believe this is the first time I am eating this.”
It is simple to make and healthy to eat.
With the upcoming holiday weekend you are likely to be attending at least one BBQ.
When we gather with friends food and drinks with high calories are often part of the mix. While you don’t want to be “that person” saying “no” to all the food and drink you can try to be conscious of what you eat.
Try out some of these food swaps at your upcoming BBQ’s this weekend:
I love getting the little ones in the kitchen to help me. Not only is it fun for them but, it allows them to get excited about food they may never of tried before if they did not make it.
I got my two-year old to eat summer squash and zucchini with this fun and easy recipe.