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Fresh and easy to prepare Lunch Box Ideas
Fresh and easy to prepare Lunch Box Ideas


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5 Myths about Healthy Lunches

In today’s world dominated by media and articles constantly reminding us of the important to lead a healthy lifestyle, it can become a tangled mess of information when one suggestion contradicts the next on what the right type of ‘healthy’ is. This is especially true when you are a busy parent trying to provide your child with the healthiest lunch box possible to take to school. And when a type of food is healthy and amazing one week, but too high in fats or sugar the next, according to news articles, it can be extremely difficult to get it ‘right’. It is time to eliminate does 5 Myths about Healthy Lunches.

This article is here to help you filter your way through the myths surrounding what makes a healthy lunch box. But more importantly, this article is here to reassure that there is no perfect formula to the healthiest lunch box. You need to keep in mind that every child is individual and living unique circumstances – your number one priority is to find what is right for your child to give them a healthy and balanced lifestyle.


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Chicken or Meat: what should you pack in your lunch box?

A healthy and nutritious lunch box to give your kids the right amount of energy they need to get through the busy school day is the ultimate parenting goal. There is a constant pressure to give kids a ‘balanced’ diet, but this can really feel like a juggling act when there are so many different articles online giving different advice on what are the best ‘super foods’ to give to your children.

One common debacle that arises for parents when packing their child’s lunch box is the choice between chicken and meat, what really is better for kids at school?

The reason chicken or meat is needed in your child’s lunch box is for protein. This is the overall intention of these foods. Protein is an energy that is slowly released over the course of the day to provide children with optimal energy to run around the playground as well as brainpower to focus at school. Lean meat, such as chicken or fish, is actually the better source of protein.

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Get ready for tomorrow's release of Star Wars: The force Awaken with these Star Wars themed lunch
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Check out our post: Meatless Lunch Box Tips
While meat is a natural source of protein and can feel like an essential element in your child’s lunch box diet, you may be pleasantly surprised to know that there are many ways you can provide your kids with the right nutrients and energy without stacking up the meat. For non-vegetarians and vegans, it is important to eat red meat or lean meat around 2 or 3 times a week. It is not, however, necessary to have meat every day. When you have a few meat-free days a week, you allow more time to focus on your vegetable intake, as well as saving money and helping the environment by reducing the carbon emissions associated with meat production.

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