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Our meal plans are specifically designed with the whole family in mind. We believe that the entire family can eat all the same meals. This approach helps develop a taste for healthy food in even the youngest children and creates healthy habits that will make your Super Healthy Kids into Super Healthy Adults! Teenagers and toddlers can eat the same foods as mom and dad, so we create our plans with that in mind.
Simply click on the Meal Plan Archives page. You will have options to click on the member version of all the plans you missed. Check out our video for more.
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We take into account our members feedback and re-use some of the best recipes, especially for snacks and breakfast. Most of the recipes are new each week, so there is plenty of variety and fresh ideas. We actually cook and eat every single recipe before it goes into the meal plan so we know they’re going to be delicious!
Our dietitians write each weekly meal plan focused on getting your kids all the fruits and veggies they need for optimum health. We have a huge library of delicious allergy free & gluten free recipes that you can easily swap out in place of the recipes that don’t meet your allergy or dietary restrictions. Just search through the recipe database and add your favorite allergy free recipes to your recipe box, they when you’re looking at your weekly meal plan if there are any recipes that won’t work for your family’s dietary restrictions it takes no time at all to customize the meal plan to work for you!
There is a grocery tab at the bottom of each meal plan, related to the meal plan you have open on your desktop or phone. As you modify your meal plan, the grocery list is updated to reflect the new meals.
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Using your dashboard, you can access all the benefits of your membership. Check out this video to see where your meal plans and other features are.
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To customize your plan, open the newest meal plan we offer. Click the meals using the X in the top right corner to delete a meal your family won’t eat. Click the + to add a different meal from your recipe box.
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We’ve found that when we do our meal planning in advance and shop based on the grocery list from our plan we save a lot of money! Our meal plan provides you with breakfast, lunch, snack, and dinner options for each day. You can easily customize your plan to remove the meals you don’t want to prepare that week, and can cook extra on some days for a leftover night. Taking the time to customize your meal plan for the week will save you a ton of money at the grocery store, all while getting all the fruits and veggies your kids need for optimum health.
Some recipes were added to our website/blog before we built our recipe database. For us to add the ingredients so you can add them to a meal plan, please send us the recipe title so that we may add this for you. We’re doing our best to get to all these recipes as soon as we can.
As a registered dietitian and personal trainer, I see clean eating as minimal processed foods, a lot of fruits and veggies, minimal added sugars and keeping proteins lean or plant based…and that, is really what our meal plan is really like.
Typically we try to keep it as close to majority of the USA. But, as a member, you are able to access meal plans from the last few years where you may match up a meal plan to the season you are currently in.
We publish the following weeks meals on Wednesday. The email goes out on Friday morning and the dashboard updates Friday morning as well. Through the email and dashboard you’ll find the tips to the current week as well as the week that is coming to a close.
Currently we do not have that feature in place but it is something that is being looked at.
Currently, the way you see it, (the graying out of ingredients) is the only way it will modify but be assuerd that we are always changing and updating. Stay tuned!
We are currently adding and improving to the meal plan. This is something we are taking into consideration so stay tuned!
No, we are not currently compatible with a shopping list app.
We love our members, and want you to be totally satisfied with your membership. If you aren’t completely satisfied let us know within 30 days and we’ll refund your entire purchase, no questions asked!
We do have several gluten free recipes on our blog that, once added into the members only database, may be added to your recipe box. In our meal plan memberships we currently do not have one specifically geared towards gluten intolerance. We do however, have a one time purchase, gluten-free e-meal plan, found here. It does not change as the meals do within our meal plan, but it could be a start for you and your family.
It is much less costly when we are purchasing for and preparing the same, or similar meals for our families. With that, we would suggest picking 1-2 breakfasts, 1-2 lunches and maybe even 1 snack idea. Then, cook 4-5 dinners and have leftovers the other nights. Or, cook a bit extra of the protein source and serve that on leftover nights with frozen veggies and rice.
No, that is not a feature that is offered, nor is it something we plan to offer in the future.
First, it sounds as though you do know the importance of calories, as energy. Yes, calories are truly the energy needed for our bodies to sustain life and more are needed, depending on age, activity levels, building and repairing during times of growth, illness and injury. A child of 10 years, namely a boy who is active, needs on average 2300-2500 calories per day. What are the best ways to add more calories to your child’s intake? Offer healthy, nutrient dense snacks and serve up more veggies during regular meals.
When we design our meal plans, we base it on a healthy, active individual; no particular age or sex of the individual. We typically try to make all meals around 400-500 calories, and snacks around 100-200. Do our meals fluctuate? Absolutely! Our main focus with Super Healthy Kids has always been about getting more fruits and veggies onto your family’s plates during all meals and snacks so oftentimes, for instance, we will simply have a veggie for a snack that is prepared differently than you normally would have presented it to your family. In essence, that snack will run low on the calories, yet very high in nutrition.
When there is a meal or snack that you personally feel is offering less than calories than what will sustain the appetite of a growing child or even a highly active adult, yes, it is a good idea to add to that meal or snack. To answer your question regarding whether or not to add something to the smoothie recipe included in your meal plan, I would have to say, yes! Your son is at a critical age of bodily growth as well as puberty. Some great ideas for additions to your smoothies would be adding a few slices of avocados, more oats, flax meal, nut butter, or plain Greek yogurt. All of these are great ways to add good fats, more protein and loads of extra nutrients and not “just calories.”
Now, to answer your other question about leaving out foods for your kiddos to grab. I, as well as the team here at Super Healthy Kids, feel that meals and snacks should be served and then we should be done (I know I always love shutting down my kitchen because I am not about cleaning up all day!) It is not a good idea to leave food out for the taking, even if it seems like a healthy choice, such as fruit. On the short term it could lead to tooth decay if we are constantly eating food of any kind. In the long run, it could lead to eating disorders and yes, unwanted, unhealthy, weight gain. Again, realize that our intent at Super Healthy Kids, is to get more fruits and veggies into your meal plans at home, and not be so specific on calories. If you are looking for a specified, personal meal plan, please reach out to your local Registered Dietitian who will take all your concerns into consideration.
At this time, we do not. The meal plans are written for a typical family with no dietary restrictions. Although you can make changes to the plan, We hope in the very near future to hire more dietitians that can write a variety of programs for our members.
The only way to continue using the meal plans after your membership expires is by saving them to your hard drive or printing them. You can click the print button, and use a “print to pdf” feature to save the PDF to your computer. If you add recipes to your recipe box, your membership expires, and you rejoin at a future date, your recipe box will still have your recipes saved.
To cancel, send an email to email@example.com. Cancellations will be processed Mon-Friday 8 AM – 5 PM MST.
If you found the recipe browsing the member recipes, there will be an “add to recipe box” at the bottom, or in the right hand side bar. If you found a recipe via blog post, and there is no “add to recipe button”, this simply means we haven’t added it to our database yet. The ingredients need to be individually added in order to make the shopping list. This is most common with our blog posts that are older than our membership site. If you see a blog post you’d really like added to the database, please email me and we’ll get it entered right away (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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At the very bottom of your meal plan, there is a red button that says: “Clear meal plan customizations”. This will return your meal plan to the way we wrote it.
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There will always be 30 days worth of recipes and meals posted, no matter when you begin. At the end of each week, one will drop off and another posted so you can plan ahead! You can save the URL for the meal plans or recipes you want to keep, and you can always return to it while you are a member.
We do plan to re-use some of the best recipes, especially when it comes to snacks, and breakfast.
Because our meal plan is used by such a wide variety of ages, at this time we do not have a set calorie amount. Caloric need varies so much with age and activity level that we provided nutrition information so that you can adjust according to personal need. The best way to adjust is by increasing number of servings. This allows more flexibility within the meal plan because you can increase servings from you favorite meals.
We tried to include everything possible for preparing all the meals, which means- 4 meals per day, 7 days per week. So up front, as is, this is a LOT of food! I spend just over $200 when I buy it all. However, we imagine most of you will eliminate some of the meals before you go shopping. If you eat cereal every morning, and just want to follow the plans for lunch and dinner, your shopping list, and costs, will be reduced drastically. . We are assuming you already have some staples like condiments, herbs, spices, baking supplies, etc. So you may not have to purchase as many of the items as are on the list. As you stick with us, the meal plans will use foods you may have already purchased in prior weeks!