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The Best Meal to Feed to Your Child…
Posted By Worker Bee On November 19, 2007 @ 2:46 pm In Big Agra,Carbs,Diet,Nutrition,Raising Healthy Children | 10 Comments
We stumbled onto this refined carbohydrate disaster  as we were searching for healthy food services. Like the kiddie menus serving up fried meats and refined starches across the nation, this offering does not bode well for the health of the seedlings! This plate of yellow’s only bragging point is “real” cheese…rounded out with greasy bread, fried tater tots, and corn. Where are the vegetables? (For the last time…corn is not a vegetable!) It’s no wonder we are seeing increased rates of type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity in our youth when processed, refined grains and unhealthy fats are the standard options for children.
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