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Is co-author of Nurturing with Nutrition and a former president of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics representing over 100,000 Nutrition professionals, while also active as a clinical dietitian in South Florida.
Healthy lunches can give your kids a boost for the afternoon. Use this convenient schedule.
|Grilled real (not processed) cheese cut into squares||Tuna w/ mayonnaise (flaked finely) pear, cut up||Macaroni and cheese, carrots-cooked, apple-shaved||Meatballs and pasta||Roast beef, thinly sliced, soft bread, cut up tomato||Beef stew, cut up pear||Mashed potato with cheese, broccoli-soft|
|Soft green beans, cottage cheese, peaches, jello||Chicken cutlet- cut up, baked potato creamed spinach||Chicken noodle soup (thick kind) with crackers -broken into soup, cut up pear||Chicken salad, finely chopped bread pieces, banana||Cream cheese on bread, strawberriesyogurt||Tuna, carrots and pasta casserole||Meatloaf, peas, mashed potato|
|Grilled cheese with tomato||Baked potato with tuna and cheese||Chicken casserole with carrots rice or noodles||Pasta with butter, cheese, and broccoli||Chicken fingers, sweet potato, pineapple||Yogurt, fruit salad, wheat germ||Tortellini, sauce, melon|
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