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Kid Friendly Picnic Food Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Kid Friendly Picnic Food.

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Outdoor Adventures Fit for Families

Have you thought about how great it would be to include your family in your pursuit to exercise more regularly? Family exercise will improve the health of your loved ones, make exercise more fun, and at the same time develop stronger connections betw...  Read more

How to Overcome Any Excuse Not to Exercise

Most people begin a new fitness program with great intentions and lots of motivation--only to find both waning within a few weeks. The realities of work, school, social and family demands overwhelm the desire to get fit, and exercise gets puts on the...  Read more

Healthy School Lunches Kids Will Actually Eat

Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but lunch runs a close second. Studies have shown that children who eat a well-balanced lunch often do better in school and are more alert. It can be difficult enough to get your child to eat rig...  Read more

15 Comfort Foods That are Good for You

When we're not feeling our best, whether we're stressed out or we're coming down with a cold, we often turn to "comfort food" to soothe ourselves. There's nothing wrong with using food to feel better as long as you don&#...  Read more

Kid-Friendly Valentine's Day Surprises

Valentine's Day doesn't have to be all about chocolate and other decadent treats. Show the kids in your life how much you love them with simple, healthy snacks and heartfelt messages. They'll remember the creativity a lot longer than a ba...  Read more

I'm from the south and we love rich foods, how do
Updated 3/29/2015 8:29:29 AM

I'm from the south and we love rich foods, how do you guys get through the weekend, I work Monday through Friday and I'm good the weekend is my downfall how do you guys get through it????.... Cornbread is my weakness...... Lol.......  Read more

How do I get my food to sync to my FitBit? Which a
Updated 3/29/2015 3:33:18 PM

How do I get my food to sync to my FitBit? Which app do I enter it on?...  Read more

Who else logs in food before you eat it and then f
Updated 3/28/2015 2:38:48 PM

Who else logs in food before you eat it and then find out its too many unwanted calories and end up eating less or passing on it and eat something else instead? I do this often =)...  Read more

what if you don't like some foods?
Updated 3/27/2015 8:33:32 AM

Is there a way to block certain foods from coming up in the nutrition selections that come up? I know I can change them - but if I could edit the options it gives me in the first place maybe I can use them. For instance - I don't eat Tofu, cottage...  Read more

question. I haves tracked food intake. Met 1200 ca
Updated 3/27/2015 12:58:29 PM

question. I haves tracked food intake. Met 1200 cal. range. When I track exercise SPARKPEOPLE tells me I need to eat more calories. I have gained since doing this. So confused. Eating recommend calories. What is going on? HELP!!!!...  Read more

Summer Food Safety

We enjoy many picnics over the summer. When I have to prepare and serve a lot of salads or cold foods outside, I have my husband fill two to three kids wading pools with ice. The salad bowls sit in the ice safely cooled and afterwards the kids can...  Read more

Make a Summer Cookout Survival Plan

Have a Summer Barbecue - Picnic - Cookout survival plan ready to go when those weekend events hit your schedule. Just because we are outdoors, those chips and dips do not have less calories. Try not to go to a picnic hungry. And if you know the me...  Read more

You're Not The Only One Without Kids!

Welcome to our 'child free' SParkers who want a safe and honest place to discuss our choices for not having children (and all things that come from that)...  Read more

10 Summer Food Health Myths That Can Make You Sick

As temperatures rise, so do your chances of getting food poisoning. According to the USDA, the number of illnesses surge from May to September, when picnics and cookouts mean food is out in potentially dangerous temperatures. But even though disease-...  Read more

Go Green – Be a Girlfriend to Mother Nature!

By Debba Haupert, creator of GIRLFRIENDOLOGY.com – the online community for women focused on female friendshipWomen are caretakers. We take care of our families, our jobs, our friends and, hopefully, ourselves. The one thing we often don’t have much...  Read more