Our kids, their snack and health. What type of snack do you buy?

 

Snack is a big part of our kid’s lives; some kids have as much as 3 snacks a day. The sad thing is that many of the snacks children consume are high-calorie, low-nutrient foods such as desserts, sugary, over-processed and salty snacks. It is no surprised that we continue to have so many diet-related diseases.

Replacing a calorie-dense, low nutritive, overly processed snack with fresh fruits and vegetable not only reduce calorie intake but most importantly improve a child’s diet and thus their overall health.

At the market today consider swapping unhealthy food snacks with healthy fruits and vegetable. I would add to this list all can foods. Here is what happens when you make these simple changes see study chart from the .

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bountiful-harvest

Have a wonderful weekend
Chief Yummy Officer

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