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Healthy eating is a priority

February 13, 2018

 

 

Snacks

 

Please make sure to follow our healthy snacks habits. We, at La Petite Ecole Bilingue, are trying to encourage children to eat healthy and not too sweet, too fatty or too salty and keep the richer food for exceptional occasions.

 

Half the sugar children are having comes from snacks and sugary drinks.

Too much sugar can lead to harmful fat building up inside and serious health problems, including painful tooth decay. Saturated fats leads to build up harmful fats in bodies which might develop in their adult life as heart diseases, type 2 diabetes etc…

Fruit and vegetables are always the best choice, but if you're shopping for packaged snacks for your children, look for 100 calorie snacks, two a day max!

 

Read more at :

https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/food-facts/healthier-snacks-for-kids#zdhLtb8hCUE60U1h.99

 

We recommend for snacks : berries, fruits and vegetables (apples, bananas, grapes, carrots, cucumbers, blueberries, raspberries...), dry fruits (raisins, apricots and dates …), plain bread (pita, baguette, rolls…), bread sticks, rice or corn crackers, plain crackers, dairy products (cheese, cream cheese, yoghurt to drink or in tubes)... No nuts but seeds are ok.  Cereal bars ok with no nuts, oatmeal cookies. Non fat and sugar free popcorn. Sachet of plain cereals.

 

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