Making sure kids eat breakfast even when school’s out

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As kids across the country move closer to their summer break, many parents are left with the challenge of keeping families on track with healthy routines – especially when it comes to the most important meal of the day – breakfast. June is National Dairy Month, and the perfect time to remind parents of the importance of starting every day with nutrient-rich dairy foods, like milk.

Michelle Dudash, RD, mom and author of the new book, “Clean Eating for Busy Families,” talks about the challenges parents face when it comes to summer breakfast routines. She also shares simple planning tips to keep families on track with healthy routines.


  • MyTakeOnIt

    Kind of disturbing that parents need to be reminded to feed their children when school is out. As far as the dairy advertisement. That is a fallacy. All of the nutrients in dairy are still obtainable elsewhere. Many of the nutrients are added anyway.

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