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Low Sugar Meal Plan For Kids


Cut out unnecessary added sugars from your family’s diet with healthy, simple-to-prepare recipes that taste GREAT! This plan includes plenty of vegetables, fruits, whole grains and proteins for balanced and satisfying meals, without the added sweeteners.

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How Much Sugar is OK in your Kid’s Diet?

The newest guidelines from the American Heart Association about sugar for kids, say that kids should have less than 25 grams (6 teaspoons) of added sugar daily. This is because eating foods high in added sugars throughout childhood is linked to the development of risk factors of heart disease like obesity and elevated blood pressure.

In addition, kids who eat foods loaded with added sugars tend to eat fewer foods with more nutrition like fruits, veggies, and whole grains.

Sometimes it can feel like added sugars are impossible to avoid. But with my Low Sugar Meal Plan, you’ll be equipped with over 100 delicious, healthy, and simple-to-make low-sugar recipes for a healthier lifestyle for you AND your kids.

baked egg cups with peppers and orange slices on the side

Low Sugar Meal Plan Details

The Low Sugar Meal Plan includes more than 100 recipes for breakfast, lunch, snack, AND dinner, so you can make four full weeks of low-sugar meals.

The recipes are packed with veggies, protein, and whole grains for balanced and satisfying mealtimes.

Note: you will find fresh fruit in this meal plan! We’ve focused on removing added sugars, and believe there’s a place for vitamin- and antioxidant-rich whole fruits even in a low-sugar meal plan.

Dishes like Chicken and Vegetable Quesadillas; Steak, Pepper, and Snow Pea Stir Fry; and Deep Dish Veggie Pizza are designed to taste appealing to both kids and adults.

And they’re simple to make! Many recipes in this plan are ready in 30 minutes or less, so you can fit healthy eating into your busy schedule.

How Do I Use the Meal Plan?

This meal plan isn’t delivered in boring/annoying PDF format. All my meal plans and cookbooks are totally interactive and right at your fingertips in the connected cooking app, Prepear.

Use the app to order groceries, customize serving sizes, check off steps while you cook, and more. You. Will. LOVE it!

Once you purchase the meal plan, it will automatically appear in your Prepear profile for you to use again and again.

Where Can I Purchase the Meal Plan?

Click here get the Low Sugar Meal Plan for yourself!

Natalie Monson

I'm a registered dietitian, mom of 4, avid lover of food and strong promoter of healthy habits. Here you will find lots of delicious recipes full of fruits and veggies, tips for getting your kids to eat better and become intuitive eaters and lots of resources for feeding your family.

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We fed our kids whole foods from the beginning~! They ate what we ate… first mother’s milk, then whatever we were eathing. We had a food grinder and they LOVED our whole foods~! They are all studs now~! Unvaccinated, whole food advocates, and going for it in life! One lifeguard/ski instructor, etc; one singer/tennis/soccer; and lastly our Junior lifeguard/waterpolo/swimmer! They ALL referee soccer helping the younger kids learn how to play the game! Fresh from the garden and blessed by God. Thx for your web-site… you are encourganing many others!

Ok, I haven’t seen your blog in awhile because I didn’t know you met BOB!!! Wow, we miss 3 months of lunches and look what happens. You have a lot to catch me up on in September!

Thanks for all the great ideas. I went to the store and stocked the frig at work with cottage cheese, yogurt, and carrot sticks. I plan on adding new items each week. It really helped me stay out of their unhealthy snack cabinet!

This looks good and healthy. I’m getting nervous since next week my kids go back to school and we pack lunches. My one daughter in 8th grade doesn’t want to carry a lunchbox only a brown bag, I disagree. Any tips on keeping a lunch fresh in a brown bag? Also hoping to keep up our better then usual lunch menu. Thanks for everything.

You can discuss this with your doctor, but we always recommend a low sugar diet for kids. It certainly won’t hurt. 🙂