We love what we love and it can feel impossible to let go of the things we love, even when they pose an immediate threat to our health. We get it, we really do, and while occasional indulgences are obligatory, we think these healthy swaps can help kick at least a few cravings to the curb. Click the following link to read our 3 favorite healthy snacking alternatives.
EAT TOGETHER SLOWLY
When your kid’s schedule is just as overloaded as yours, and all tbose multiple calendars get tough to sync, it may seem like having family dinner is an impossible task. The benefits of eating together as a family at least one night a week are immeasurable. From a health perspective, it is an opportunity to control what food goes inside your bodies. It is a chance for your family to eat real food.
Have a few picky eaters under your roof? Or maybe you’re the picky eater—either way, the best way to find something you like to eat is to make it yourself. There are foolproof snacks that are for the pickiest of the picky. You can make these at home with your kids. Check out our healthy snacks you can make at home.