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I have a new video today and I am sharing with you a recipe for our favorite after-school snack. I love it myself because it’s so easy to make and the kids love it! When the kids get home they’re hungry and ready for snack-time. It’s so important for them to eat nutritious snacks, especially now as we’re getting back into the school routine and fall is right around the corner.
In this video, I am showing you how I make them their cream cheese toast topped with their favorite yummy fruit. My kids love cream cheese and will eat it on anything. We also pair it with a cold glass of milk because milk has protein and the nutrients kids need to fuel their bodies. I don’t always know that they’re drinking milk at school, so it’s important to me to incorporate it into their diets here at home so I know that they’re getting the recommended amount of milk each day.
Did you know that one out of two kids ages 9 and up fall short on essential nutrients they need to grow? More than half of kids don’t get enough calcium, vitamin D and potassium. All of these are critical nutrients to help kids grow strong. Not getting enough of these important nutrients could have serious health implications – especially for school-aged kids and young adults.
Calcium, vitamin D and potassium are three out of four nutrients children fall short of in their diets as according to the https://fuertesconleche.com/. Milk is the top food source for calcium, vitamin D and potassium. Yet, most kids fall short on the recommended amount of milk. The fact is, it’s really hard for kids to get enough of these nutrients without milk.
Please visit https://fuertesconleche.com/ for more information about milk and kids and to check out more yummy milk recipes.
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