Healthy Snacks – 100 Calories or Less
Having snacks in between meals is normal and in many cases can be healthy. These parent tips will help you to choose healthy snacks for your family that are 100 calories or less.100 Calories or Less▶
Size-Up Your Serving: Use The Food Label
You can help your family eat better and balance their energy by learning to choose lower calorie, lower fat alternatives to some of their favorite foods. Use the Nutrition Facts label found on food packages to make smarter food choices.
Have you noticed that portions at restaurants have gotten larger? Some meals can provide enough food for at least two people. Eating the right amount of food can help you maintain a healthy weight.
Click on the Portion Distortion button. Compare the portions available 20 years ago and learn about the amount of physical activity required to burn off the extra calories provided by today’s portions.Portion Distortion▶
Serving Size VS. Portion Size
Did you know there is a difference between serving and portion sizes? While the terms serving and portion often are used interchangeably, they actually mean different things.Serving VS. Portion▶
Serving Size Is In Your Hands
Sometimes it’s hard to tell if the portions we are serving our children are the right serving size for their nutritional needs. One of the best ways to determine proper sizing is to use your hand as a measuring guide. Take a look at how you can use your hand to measure serving sizes for your children.
Track My Calories
Calorie tracking can be easy! Try using these tools as way to keep track of your daily calorie intake.Track Your Calories ▶