Fight Against Fat in Kids
You never know with conferences what the lunch situation will be. The one I’m at today usually gives you a break to go grab lunch, but I always worry they’ll change the schedule or there won’t be enough time with so many people all trying to but lunch at the same time.
Just in case, I packed a lunch and brought it with me. If I don’t need it, no worries. But just in case. You know I need my food 🙂
I brought a bagel sandwich on Thomas’ Whole Wheat Bagel Thins with both peanut butter and almond butter, along with sliced bananas and sunflower seeds.
Along with some whole wheat Wheat Thins. I thought they’d be similar to the Multigrain and was wondering why they offered both, but I definitely like the Multigrain better!
And since I never know when I’ll get hungry just sitting there all day, I brought some back up snacks just in case.
I’ve mentioned I’ve been to this conference before, but this time the focus is Childhood Obesity, which is completely awesome since it’s so relevant. We’ve been talking about what we think the single best way to fight obesity in child is…of course there’s no one best answer, but it’s interesting to think about. It really is a different monster than that of adults.
What one thing would you choose as the “best” way to fight the childhood obesity epidemic?!