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Challenge: Cut out the “bad” from your diet
Confession time: I hate vegetables. There, I said it. I can hear my mother cringing in the background. Hate might be a strong word so I’ll dial it back to strongly dislike (except for peas and corn which are not the best vegetables anyways) So, recently in my quest for improved health I started doing veggie/fruit smoothies in the morning before work. I’ll let our guest blogger Juliana Leamen BSc, MSc, NWS a Certified Nutrition & Wellness Specialist explain further, she’ll wow you with how good they are for you and why. I’ve increased my vegetable intake several hundred percent with minimal effort and my son begs to try it each day. When’s the last time your child begged for vegetables? Here's Juliana to save me from myself!
Good food should be a family affair
Today's guest blogger is Juliana Leamen BSc, MSc, NWS a Certified Nutrition & Wellness Specialist. What we eat plays a big part in how our brain works so Breakthroughs is excited to team up with Juliana to bring you some healthy brain food ideas. Today's topic also talks about making dinner a family event. Family dinners offer countless opportunities for social skill development, vocabulary, listening comprehension and more! Check Juliana’s website for more great ideas.