Category Archives: Homeschool Physical Education

Barebecuing Healthier

Fit Tip: You basically can’t blow it with mustard. With plenty of zero-calorie varieties to choose from, even honey mustard, with its minimal amount of sugar, has a whopping five calories per teaspoon.   A sliced bread-and-butter pickle is a … Continue reading

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Getting kids to try new foods!

Fitness Tip: Experts say to offer your child a new food at least twenty times before they’ll eat it. If you’re introducing a new food, put just a bite on their plate. Ask them to taste it; if they don’t … Continue reading

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Where your calories come from?

Fitness Tip: Where do you get your calories? – Without a doubt, the majority of people eat way too much sugar and fat. Moderation was the key in past generations. Now, the key is not only moderation, but the exclusion … Continue reading

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Getting kids to eat more fruits & veggies

Fitness Tip: Tips to get kids eating more fruits and veggies. if you can make it fun to explore and eat, your children can discover fruits and veggies are good without making into a whole it’s healthy you must eat … Continue reading

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Snack Tips For Kids

Good Morning friends,   Fit Fact: It is a very good idea to stock the kitchen, pantry and fridge with a variety of healthy items, keeping in mind that kids want some of their favorite foods, which may be fatty, … Continue reading

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Soy, is it good protein?

Fit Fact: Soy – Soy protein is the only “commonly” consumed plant protein that is nutritionally complete, meaning it contains all of the essential amino acids to help meet your body’s requirements. The health, wellness, medical and nutrition communities, as … Continue reading

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Hearth Healthy Soy!

Fit Fact: Soy and Heart health – Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. This may come as a big surprise but…  Dietary choices have a significant impact on heart … Continue reading

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Diet buster – Frozen French Fries?

Morning friends, I have had had several people ask me to post the info about the grocery bag parachute for the kids. For those of you who missed my update on it a while back here is what it was … Continue reading

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Phsyical Education/Fitness Q&A The cost of Physical Education/Fitness

  Morning everyone, Today the new Q&A video is up… Q. How much does Physical Education/Fitness cost part 1? Be sure to check it out! These are 100% unedited Q&A’s to help you out, answering all your questions about Physical … Continue reading

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Carrots = Eye power

Fit Fact: Benefits of carrots- For as long as I can remember I/we’ve been told to eat our carrots, because they improve your eyesight. Maybe you’ve wondered, what exactly is it about the carrot that is good for my eyes? … Continue reading

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