You or someone you know is probably committed to making changes to be healthier this year.
Therefore, it’s not surprising that eating healthier is among the top New Year’s resolutions for Americans, according to a FranklinCovey Products annual survey.
From my personal experience as a mother of four (ranging in age from eight to 15) and a teacher of 18 rambunctious first graders, I know that better eating habits need to start at home. New Year’s is the perfect time for moms and dads to take a closer look at what’s in their refrigerators, pantries and kids’ lunchboxes.
In fact, it’s small changes in my family’s diet that have made a big difference in the health of my children.
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