Choose single-meat lean varieties, like turkey breast, chicken breast, ham or roast beef.
Munching between meals gets a bad rap, but it’s actually a good idea for you and your kids — as long as you do it right.
When meals are more than four hours apart, go ahead and nibble on a high-energy snack. Snack size depends on your childrens’ age. Start with a small amount of food; if they ask for more, offer another serving.
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