Pack a Power Lunch for Your Child

This is a sponsored post on behalf of Sharp Healthcare. 

Does your back to school to-do list include packing lunch for your children? If so, be sure to review Sharp HealthCare’s tips for preparing a healthy lunch.

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Photo courtesy of Sharp HealthCare

You will learn how to:

  • Get your kids involved
  • Be creative, and
  • Prepare balanced meals

Here’s a lunch formula for the power and energy your child needs to make it through the day:

  • Lots of fruits and vegetables (such as carrot sticks, celery or apples)
  • Milk or yogurt, or some cheese
  • Small bit of dessert (such as pudding or graham crackers)
  • Some meat or tuna fish, hard-boiled eggs, beans, nuts or trail mix
  • Some whole-grain bread for a sandwich, cereal mix or pasta (such as spaghetti)

For additional tips and suggestions, be sure to also read back-to-school lunch ideas.

I am currently a participant in Sharp HealthCare’s blogger ambassador program. While Sharp HealthCare has provided me with samples, event opportunities and/or resources to serve as content for my blog posts, all opinions expressed in this blog post are my own.

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