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Monday, September 2, 2013

The Back-To-School Link-Up {Day 2}: Christy's "Additive-Free" Lunch Box Ideas for Kids {Post Highlight}

Today is the second day of my back-to-school link-up.  Here's what has been shared so far:

  1. Stacey's Turkey, Cheese and Salsa Wraps (Fish, Egg and Nut-Free, Can Be Milk, Soy and Wheat-Free)
Today I am highlighting some information from another friend of mine that I think you will find invaluable!

As I alluded to above, today's post is a little different in that I am highlighting a post from Completely Nourished that was written/compiled by my friend Christy (with her permission, of course), am disabling comments here so that you can go to her site and share some comment love directly on the original post and check out some of the other fabulous information and resources she has available there!  Trust me; you will want to check out her website!  She's got some amazing resources and information about how to eat additive-free as well as how to reclaim your health through changing your eating habits/lifestyle choices.

For example, in the post that I am highlighting today, "Additive-Free" Lunch Box Ideas for Kids, Christy shares recipe and meal ideas, store-bought shortcuts, meal planning tips and more that are geared directly towards helping you make the best possible additive-free lunch and after school snack choices for your kiddos (and yourself)!  You can easily take her principles and adapt them to allergy-friendly meal/snack ideas as well.

Curious?  You should be!  There's some great info there!  Here are some of the things you will find when you hop over to her page to check out all the valuable information:

Great stuff, right?  You betcha!
Can you start see how additive-free eating ties into allergy-friendly eating now?
Not quite yet?  Well, jump over to her site and you'll see what I mean.
There's LOTS of overlap, I promise!  It will amaze you.

To read the article in its entirety and see all the priceless information it has to offer,
click on the link below:

"Additive-Free" Lunch Box Ideas for Kids

(Don't forget to leave some comment  love for Christy there, too!)

 You can connect with Christy at the following locations:

Thanks for allowing me to highlight your article today, Christy! 

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Before you go, take a moment to link-up and/or view the posts already linked up!  Thanks!

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