Julia is on the gymnastics team at her gym. She just got her round-off/back-handspring, a goal she had been working on since January. She loves everything about gymnastics, and enjoys the friendly competition. During her work-outs, her coach gives the team a quick break to have a snack. So, what does a clean, healthy, kid-friendly snack look like?
Here’s what she brought:
- Fresh blueberries
- Archer Farm Wild Berry Fruit Strip
What was lunch today at our house?
- Banana sandwiched with natural peanut butter
- Baby carrots
- Lays Natural Chips
- Fresh strawberries
One of my goals for this blog is to show people that eating clean and healthy doesn’t have to be complicated or make you travel 50 miles to a Whole Foods. Clean and healthy eating is just about choices with what resources are given to you. That’s all.
For some reason this week, I have talked to 4 people about healthy eating, and all of them gave me the same response: “It’s too hard.” It is hard at first….it is hard to change your thinking about food. I hope that this blog can be a source of information to show you that making healthy choices is easy. It has become so second nature for our family to eat this way, I can’t really think of how to eat any differently.