The holidays have arrived, and it’s the season of class parties, social gatherings and an abundance of sugary sweets—sweets often made with refined flour and unhealthy fats.
It is not surprising that parents are always asking about school lunch since children spend a good portion of their day at school.
February is American Heart Month, a time to encourage long-term lifestyle changes to keep the hearts in your family healthy.
Foods that compete with your kid’s health are called
competitive foods. Competitive foods might include the coke your child purchases from the vending machine even after seeing a cartoon of low-fat milk but chooses in the school cafeteria.
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