Parents, teachers and kids across the country are gearing up for the most bittersweet time of year – back to school. Last week the focus was on the kids. We invited moms, yoga instructors, chefs, nutrition experts and more to share their insights on ways to fuel kids’ minds, bodies and souls as they transition back into the classroom and prepare for a strong year ahead.
Whether it’s packing a healthier sack lunch, advocating for more nutritious school food, putting more fitness into their days, or helping them de-stress, we’ve got it covered.
The week of September 21 we're running a special series focused on the ways nutrition and fitness can aid children with autism. If you're an expert on the subject and would like to apply to be a guest author, please email us before September 14.
Whether packed in your lunch box or one for the kids, this is a nutritious, filling and tasty snack, perfect for dipping veggies or whole grain pita chips. Or, use as a spread on a sandwich or wrap. 70 calories
Make these with fresh veggies and turkey bacon over the weekend, and you've got a healthy microwaveable breakfast for those hurried on-the-go mornings. They're far more filling than a toaster pastry and will fuel little minds through recess! 251 Calories
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