– “Fruits and Veggies

This article provides benefits of fruits and vegetables, and the different ways to incorporate them into your family’s diet.

– https://www.pinterest.com/LettuceNation/

Follow Lettuce’s profile with the link provided. We provide pins on “healthier” sweets, substitutions, and ways to start your days easier. There is also kid-friendly recipes, party activities, and fun places to take family trips.

– http://www.michigan.org/attractions

Michigan has great beaches, parks, museums, and festivals. Check out this website  to find many things to do this summer in your neck of the woods!

– http://www.nourishinteractive.com

Together, you and your kids can print out worksheets to do, find recipes, get parenting nutrition advice, and daily health tips.

– http://www.eatright.org/resource/food/nutrition/nutrition-facts-and-food-labels/avoiding-processed-foods

This article gives valuable advice when it comes to the do’s and don’ts of processed goods. Believe it or not, some processed foods can have a place in a healthy diet as long as we pay attention to 3 key ingredients: soda, added sugar, and fat.

– http://www.cyh.com/HealthTopicDetailsKids.aspx?p=335&np=285&id=1630

This website talks about where caffeine comes from, how it works in your body, and the bad side effects it can have. Healthier alternatives for caffeinated drinks are fruit infused waters, 100% juices diluted with water, milk, and good, refreshing water. Get your kids to love the pure taste of water early on, and their bodies will thank you


This article lists six steps to take to help kids talk to their parents or favorite adult about being healthier. Together, you, your mom, and/or your dad can live better, feeling more energy to do more activities together!

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