Power snacks kids will love

The Progress-Index Weekend - - FOOD -

To help your kids eat more nutri­tious snacks and lunches, here are three power foods you can pre­pare in sep­a­rate bags ahead of time so your kids can eat bet­ter. Baby car­rots and snap peas. High in vi­ta­min C, snap peas are a per­fect com­ple­ment to car­rots, says Healthy Eat­ing.

Al­monds. Avoid trail mix-filled pieces of candy. Al­monds are highly nutri­tious and keep you full for longer.

Cheese. Be­cause it’s high in pro­tein, cheese is great at staving off hunger and makes for a per­fect af­ter­school snack. Plus, kids love cheese.

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