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Continued from page 1 3. Add lean protein. Add more skinless chicken and turkey breast, lean beef, tofu, fish and seafood to your kids’ menu. Be creative with sauces and seasonings by trying fruit salsas, fruit juice marinades and low sodium teriyaki, BBQ or honey mustard sauces. Some kids like spicy and some like bland, so offer a choice when possible. 4. Add kid-sized portions of healthful beverages. Add fruit slices or berries for interest to pure water. Offer skim milk and ...
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