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June 13, 2006

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school_dubl

Happy New Year! The author write more I liked it.

RamonGustav

Congratulations! You have so much useful information, write more.

Heather

Not on this list, but mentioned on the Fit Chat is Bell & Evans chicken. My 3 year old's diet consists of grilled cheese, peanut butter, and chicken nuggets, Perdue to be specific. This was one area of his diet that I really wanted to improve. I attempted making my own "nuggets" at home, but he didn't care for the 10 different recipes I tried. We ventured to Whole Foods and I made a BIG deal about going to a special store to get him "real chicken." I made them for him for dinner. Of course he resisted in the beginning, but after every bite I made a really big to-do about him eating "real chicken" and how he was going to grow big and strong like Daddy. He still resisted, but managed to eat 3 pieces... and then we called Grandma and Grandpa, aunts, and uncles to tell them about the "real chicken" experience and continued to praise him for what he had eaten. The next day I asked him what he wanted for lunch, and he said "Real chicken, please!" Thanks for the tips.

Jamie

Hi...what a wonderful listing with so much helpful information. It's so easy to reach for a handful of chips, but with this list I see that there are so many alternatives that are much healthier. My waist-line thanks you!

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