Seems like everyone has a different version of what’s healthy these days. For some, it just means skipping that second burger at the nearest fast food restaurant. For another, it’s eating strictly vegetarian or organic. For others, it’s a the traditional hunter/gatherer meal. For Jennifer, “healthy” generally means following the good ol’ food pyramid with a de-emphasis on the dairy. Follow Jennifer she tells you what she feeds her kids for dinner. Then you tell Babyminding if it’s healthy according to your standards.
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