Power of 3s Every Day!
The right snacks help your child reach these daily goals:
Eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables with at least 3 different colors for nutrients to grow a healthy body.
3 Whole Grains
Include at least 3 servings of whole grain foods to provide energy and boost brain power.
3 servings of dairy or other calcium-rich foods builds strong teeth, bones, and muscles.
When kids are involved with meal planning, they are more likely to eat what is served. My Healthy Lunch Box Builder makes it easy to get them involved in their school lunch.
Hectic mornings can make eating a nutritious breakfast seem near impossible. We make it easy with these top tips from our Nutritionists:
1. Include 3 food groups
Start with fruit, then add whole grains, protein or dairy.
2. Stock for success
Breakfast is easy when you keep the essentials on hand.
Whether your kids are gearing up for PE Class, after school sports practice or the big game, we have you covered! Get meal planning tips and tricks from sports dietitians to help your little ones feel their best and eat like a pro.