What should you do? Throw a ham sandwich and some chips in a sack? There are better, more nutritious lunches you can easily prepare. For instance, pack fruits, nuts, cheese or vegetables with ranch dip.
“Picking foods that are bright in color like strawberries, bananas and mangos can brighten up your child’s lunchbox,” said a recent story on Fox News. “Adding foods that have some crunch will be more interesting for your child to eat.”
The story encouraged parents to involve their kids in preparing lunches. That way, you can teach them the importance of making good food choices.