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Healthy Meals For School Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Healthy Meals For School.

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Eating Healthy in the Cafeteria

You meant to pack a nutritious lunch for school today. But your best friend texted you while you were slaving over your algebra homework, so you took a break to listen to her gush about her crush. By the time you finally finished your homework, you w...  Read more

Fun and Filling Lunches To-Go

It’s Sunday night and, like millions of workers and students across the land, you’re once again rummaging through a cluttered refrigerator looking for something appetizing to pack for tomorrow’s lunch. Or worse, it’s Mond...  Read more

Basic Motivation for a Healthy Diet

Our bodies are very similar to our parents, teachers, bosses and coaches. They demand we make responsible choices and work hard to be successful. They expect us to wake up on time, show up when we’re suppose to and hand things in when they&...  Read more

Active Kids Do Better in School

A recent study conducted by the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) investigated the link between physical activity in children and academic performance in school. Initially, researchers predicted that kids who took physical education (PE) dur...  Read more

Healthy School Lunches Kids Will Actually Eat

Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but lunch runs a close second. Studies have shown that children who eat a well-balanced lunch often do better in school and are more alert. It can be difficult enough to get your child to eat rig...  Read more

Eager to stay healthy
Updated 8/29/2014 3:35:28 AM

I'm 71 and have been blessed with excellent health , no chronic conditions, no medications. I have had to watch my weight since I had my first child and have been successful in maintaining an acceptable weight until menopause and now as I'm aging. No...  Read more

Meals for Two - Me and my 13 Year Old Daughter
Updated 9/1/2014 7:15:38 AM

My oldest recently moved out and I want to look at meal planning in a way that will encourage my 13 year old to try new things. She's already on a bit of a kick at times (it's not consistent) where she wants to move away from processed foods - so I a...  Read more

School cafeteria menus
Updated 8/31/2014 9:29:36 AM

How healthy do you feel the selections are this year for your school district? Are fresh fruit and veggies being offered daily?...  Read more

Can I eat the same meals every day if I want too?
Updated 8/25/2014 2:04:00 PM

I'm just starting today and would like to simplify things for me - Can I use the same breakfast, lunches, dinners everyday or every other day if I want to?...  Read more

School Days and Rainy Days
Updated 8/26/2014 1:55:45 PM

So I've taken up the Spark Your Way to 5k Walking/Jogging challenger, and I have just been COMPLETELY derailed! I was just doing fine until the rainy weather started. Constant thunderstorms meant no outdoor running, and of course, I don't have the sp...  Read more

Fix lunch

I always try to fix lunches night before, so I am not rushing and possibly not sending healthy foods with child to school....  Read more

Make those teens eat their fruit!

Buying fruit and bringing it home won't make teens eat it. I got tired of throwing away fruit that spoiled in the refrigerator/icebox so I filled a bowl of fruit and placed it in the center of the kitchen table. Within half an hour there was fruit m...  Read more

College Students

This group is for college students who are looking to get healthier and need a little support from those in a similar situation...  Read more

Will Improving School Lunches Affect Childhood Obesity?

I've done numerous blogs about children and healthy eating. The topic has always interested me, but even more-so now that I have children of my own. Every day we hear statistics about the number of obese children in America and strategies for how t...  Read more

The Not-So-Extreme School Lunch Makeover

Last week, First Lady Michelle Obama and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack joined celebrity chef Rachael Ray to announce changes to the school lunch program. This desired national update is the first in more than fifteen years. After the announcement...  Read more