Children ages 4 to 13 need roughly 20 to 35 grams of protein a day, according to a pediatrician and nutrition expert in California. So how can parents help their children reach that daily recommended amount while self-isolating?
Designed specifically to meet kids’ nutritional guidelines and lifestyle, Luckybar now offers Nickelodeon Licensed products featuring packaging designs from PAW Patrol and most recently, Spongebob!
Luckybars are proven to satisfy even the pickiest eaters with delicious flavors, including, Chocolate Campfire, Pirate Peanut Butter Chocolate and Strawberry Sandcastles. Not only are they low in sugar, carbohydrates, fat and sodium but they also have no fillers, gluten or preservatives and are the only kids bar that has more protein than 2 large eggs.
I cannot wait to try these. I love that they are low in sugar and carbs. I feel like my kids have been going easy on the snacks because we enforced this early into this quarantine but I worry they are not getting everything they need right now.
Making Sure Your Kids are Getting the Nutrition They Need While Staying at Home
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