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Daily Nutrition and Fitness Tips For Healthy Kids and Families - Printable Calendar

Posted on Jan 30, 2009 by Maggie LaBarbera

We launched our daily health tip widget at the beginning of the year. It is an easy, quick way to get a reminder each day of ways to improve your family and child's health. Remember, it is all about small changes in our lifestyle can add up to really make a difference.

But we have had requests for printable daily healthy nutrition tips for those who do not use widgets or want a daily reminder that they can post on the refrigerator or family bulletin board so the whole family can be reminded.In response, we have created a print version of a very kid friendly, fun calendar that gives you simple daily health tips for the family. Click here to get this month's healthy daily tips calendar

Many families are gung-ho at the beginning of the year, but healthy goals quickly drop off by end of February/early March. So don't forget to grab a new calendar each month!

Each month a new healthy nutrition tips calendar will be located on our nutrition tips free printables page.

healthy daily tips calendar for families

For interactive meal planners, bmi calculator and more visit our parents' nutrition tools page.

If you have any other suggestions, please don't hesitate to let us know.

Thanks to Healthy Monday organization for sharing their Monday healthy tips.




Monday, Feb 09, 2009 @ 01:07 AM

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Besides exercise, I have found that eating a diet full of raw vegetables is very important. A great resource that I have found to be incredibly resourceful in helping me understand the benefits of raw vegetables is a great book titled, <a href="" rel="nofollow"> "The Live Food Factor," </a> by Susan Schenck. Susan is very dedicated in her approach of being objective and open to all the different versions of the raw diet. While most raw diets are vegan, she warns that this might not be for everyone. She goes into great depth about some of the potential pitfalls on the raw diet, and even covers the "radical branches" of the diet such as the nonvegan raw fooders. Since using the ideas pointed out in this book, I have felt so much more energy!
Thursday, May 28, 2009 @ 09:59 PM

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This article is interesting, especially since I was searching for thoughts on this subject last Friday. Thank you.
Friday, Aug 21, 2009 @ 11:47 AM

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I REALLY liked your post and website- I bookmarked it, nice info
Thursday, Sep 10, 2009 @ 12:59 PM

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While some of the raw food isnt digestible, all the foods should not be cooked. The reason is that when certain foods are cooked they loose their nutritional value. Often over-cooked food looses most of its nutrient value. Proper care should be taken in selecting each food, and it is always good to be informed about foods that should be consumed raw and those that shouldn't. This will definately have a lot of effect on our health in the long run.
Thursday, Oct 15, 2009 @ 04:09 AM

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Good tips.

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