Planning ahead makes it easy to pack healthy lunches, RD says

02/1/2013 | Food & Nutrition Magazine online

Planning and cooking ahead make it easier to pack healthy lunches for children, writes registered dietitian Natalia Stasenko, adding that she spends about 45 minutes each Sunday boiling eggs and chopping vegetables for the week's lunches. Pantry items such as canned tuna and granola bars and the use of some dinner leftovers can ensure that children have variety in their bagged lunches.

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