food combining charts explaining good, bad and excellent choices. They look at carbohydrates, fat and protein content when paired together or separately. Vegetables (non, low or high starch) and fruits (low, sub or high acidity) are creatively identified.
Making your own Mr. Potato Head from real food. Just an image, but too good not to share. This would make a great activity in a special education class if you are teaching about farms, healthy foods, fruits, vegetables, and more. An absolutely great hands on activity!!
Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken and Vegetables - This is as easy as a healthy dinner gets! Throw all of the real food ingredients into the Crock Pot and you've got a delicious dinner the whole family will love!