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You would want them to have a burst of healthy energy so they can go run off and really enjoy being a child. That s the good thing about snacks. You don t want to give them a full meal just a light snack in-between so they will have enough energy to play and run around and do stuff that kids usually do. CHEESE Another snack that could be added to the lunchbox is fresh cheese. I don t mean the one wrapped up in plastic I meant the one gained from real milk. That is full of proteins and it gives children a great energy boost and is very filling as well. I m saying a couple of cheese cubes will do along perhaps with a couple of crackers and probably some grapes and nuts surrounding them as well. You ll find that they will really truly enjoy this snack. NUTS Now I mentioned nuts however you have to be careful with them because some children are allergic to them. But you know your own child. If you do have friends over you might want to find out first whether or not they are allergic to nuts before serving it to them.
Snacking more often throughout the day has dieters eating more calories than they realize. This is not to say that if you re wanting to lose weight you shouldn t snack. You should. Carefully planned healthy snacks are a smart strategy when it comes to trying to drop those pounds and keep your appetite in check. Snacks do help manage those awful pangs of hunger and keep you from giving in to temptation. Just choose your snacks and the time of day you enjoy them with care. Go for foods that are low in calories (between 100 and 200 is perfect) and loaded with nutrients. This is what makes fruits and veggies such obvious (and popular) choices for anyone attempting to lose weight. Grapes and carrots (or even frozen peas and corn) are particularly good options low in calories but loaded with vitamins minerals and fiber.
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Many of the problems found with obesity are the lack of a nutritional diet at home. What is a healthy snack? Something eaten not at a regular meal time. Do we need snacks? Do kids need snacks? Snacks are fun and at times can be lost in junk food and eaten in mindless inattention. What if snack time could be something totally fun AND nutritious? Check it out! What if a healthy snack was a time for presence full focus of the food being eaten. What if since a snack is small and eaten faster than a "meal" you and your children could play a game of the senses. What does the food smell like? Is it savory sweet minty? What does it smell like? How about the colors the brighter the foods the better especially with fruits an vegs. Really spend some time here before you and your child bite into the food. Then take a very small bite and roll it around in the mouth. What is the texture and finally the taste. Oh the outstanding taste salty sour sweet yummy yucky allow for all and any responses. Kids don t have to like every thing that you offer but keep offering new options. Snacks are a great time to make these offerings since it s not a big deal if the child doesn t eat them. It s not like their entire food for the day depends on them eating this food. It s a snack for God s sake! Have fun at snack time.