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Another school year has begun, and for many parents, that presents the challenge of trying to figure out what to pack in their children's lunch boxes . [This is an assumption that the writer claims that since school is starting that all parents are going to have a challenging time packing their children’s lunches for school]. Even boxes filled with loving care can contain cookies or chips or other easy, unhealthy options. A fun, healthy lunch or after- school snack -- including a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and proteins -- doesn't have to be time-consuming, stressful or more costly to put together. Have your child help in planning and packing their meals. When kids are involved, they are more likely to enjoy the foods they select.[ The writer is stating an a fact here that when kids help their parents pick out items for their lunch they are more likely to enjoy it. This is true because if you are picking out the foods you want to bring you are obviously going to be picking out things you like and would want to eat.] Consider these tips to packing a healthy, tasty lunch: Switch to whole grains -- While shopping, look for 100 percent whole-grain bread for sandwiches, 100 percent whole-grain tortillas for wraps, and whole-grain crackers. Other examples include quinoa and brown rice. Whole grains have more vitamins, minerals and fiber, and they will keep kids satisfied longer. Pack the
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