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Raising Fit Kids: Healthy Nurtition, Exercise, and Weight

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Use Healthy Packaged Foods continued...

Quick trick: Buy grated cheese and sliced vegetables from a supermarket salad bar.

Asian stir-fry:

Heat a package of frozen stir-fry vegetables. Add cooked frozen shrimp, chunks of leftover cooked chicken, or cubes of tofu and heat through. Sprinkle with chopped peanuts and serve with quick-cooking brown rice and low-sodium soy sauce.

Quick trick: Use frozen or heat-sealed microwavable brown rice or try couscous, a grain that's ready in five minutes. Find couscous in the pasta aisle.

Take Supermarket Shortcuts

Although many prepared food items may not be the healthiest choices, you can shop wisely if you read the nutrition labels. Check the sodium content, because many prepared foods have a lot of salt. Compare labels of similar items. Pick the one with the lowest amount of sodium and saturated fat. Most large supermarkets have a variety of heat-and-eat items. All you have to do is assemble the final dish in your kitchen.

  • Grab a rotisserie chicken. You can eat it as-is, add it to soups and salads, or use in tacos and casseroles.
  • In the meat case you'll find prepared and boil-in-the-bag dishes such as pot roast and chicken that can be ready in minutes.
  • Buy bagged salad. Let kids add their own protein (chicken, shrimp, cheese, or hard-boiled eggs) and serve with whole-grain rolls.

Let Supper Sandwiches Rule

Just can't face standing over the stove? Let supper sandwiches come to the rescue. To each of these meals, add a dish or two like a salad, fresh fruit, a steamed fresh or frozen vegetable, or heat up a can of beans. You'll add fiber, vitamins, and minerals to your family's meal.

  • Top whole-grain buns with lean beef, turkey, or vegetarian patties. Add your favorite trimmings such as lettuce, tomato, sliced cucumbers, and low-fat spreads.
  • Stuff warm pita bread pockets with scrambled eggs and cheese, leftover chicken, meatballs, or hummus. Add your family's favorite shredded or diced veggies.
  • Top whole wheat toast with tuna and shredded cheese, then broil until the cheese bubbles.
  • Fill a folded corn or whole wheat tortilla with shredded cooked chicken, diced tomato, and cheese and warm it in a pan.

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