It’s been a busy week and we are all in the throws of back to school. Hopefully by now we have all found our rhythm and ready for a great year for our kiddos! This month we have teamed up with Buddy Fruits to let you know about all their awesome products and how to enter in to an amazing sweepstakes they are doing with Crayloa. Click HERE to enter and have the chance to win a year’s worth of back-to-school supplies for the classroom! As sisters and parents, we have always tried to align ourselves with brands that we trust and would recommend to our readers. It is important to us that we forge partnerships that give back and are excited to spread the word about this wonderful campaign between Buddy Fruits and Crayola.
Buddy Fruits has been stocked in my fridge since Jax was 6 months old. Every morning before school, he wakes up and it’s the first thing he asks for! My son won’t eat anything green right now, so Buddy Fruits products have been the easiest way for me to sneak in those veggies through out the week. I also haven’t been able to find another fruit/veggie pouch of this size. The size is perfect for the amount he eats and super convenient to stuff in his diaper bag when on the go. Their pouches and tubes contain a medley of 100% pure blended fruits and veggies!
Here is a bit of information from Dr. Katie on the benefits of these ingredients in your child’s diet:
The Benefits Of Buddy Fruits Ingredients
A well balanced diet is the key to a healthy new school year. Certain fruits and vegetables contain phytonutrients such as vitamin C and carotenoids, which can help to boost your child’s immune system. Strawberries, blueberries, oranges, and carrots contain antioxidants and phytonutrients that can help to increase your child’s production of infection-fighting white blood cells and interferons which will help them fight off illness. Children are more motivated to try new things when they are involved in the process. Let them go to the store with you and pick out their own snacks for the new year. Allowing them to become involved in their own diet will motivate them to try new things.