How to Pack a Healthy Lunch for Your Kids (That They’ll Enjoy)

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October 29, 2010 ‐ By Khadija Allen


1. Fresh turkey sandwich, 100% real fruit juice, fruit salad (grapes, strawberries, melons), cheese sticks, and a cookie

Prepackaged turkey from the deli can be fresh and healthy for your child. According to the health.news.com, apply no more than two ounces of deli meat to maintain the sodium level. And the main course should be mixed with fruits such as grapes, strawberries, or melons to spruce up the flavors a bit. An additional side of cheese sticks can carry good sources of calcium for the body, and top it off with a cookie for special value. As your children get a feel for the ingredients, he or she won’t feel as though his or her favorite meals are being compromised for the lesser in fat options.

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