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Do you think there are things you should be doing to be eating better foods? The mission of HueTrition is to help you eat better - but they make it fun and easy! All you need to do is fill your plate with colors - with an assortment of fruits and vegetables.
They have a list of HueApproved foods to make it easy to eat nutritious meals and snacks. They encourage you to check the labels and make time to plan and prepare healthy meals for your family.
HueApproved tool:The goal of the HueApproved Tool is to help people choose healthier products and/or find out if the products they purchase or would like to purchase are good for you to eat. It can help you make better choices when shopping at the grocery store or online.
They have simplified the label and nutritional regulations with their nutrition experts and chefs to come up with a tool that will rate the product on a scale of 1-5. The higher the number, the better it is for you!
Subscribe to their HueTube Channel for healthy tips and hacks. It is updated regularly with many tips to eat healthy food and make better choices for you and your family.
HueTrition Live: Where Health & Wellness Meets Technology – The New Gateway to Food as Medicine and Preventative Health Destination.With a HueTrition Live subscription, you will have access to contact experts, attend health and wellness support groups, see healthy culinary events with our Chefs, take online classes and reach your goals all in one!
HueTrition also provides nutritional advice with HueTrition Live Events. You can attend and experience live events with HueChefs, dietitians, physicians. You will also have access to topics about health and real-time video, and advice from experts. You can ask questions and get answers in real time.
HueTrition Lifestyle SubscriptionThe first health & wellness live platform where you can contact experts, attend health and wellness support groups, see healthy culinary events with our Chefs, take online classes and reach your goals all in one! What you’ll need for this subscription is a computer with a webcam or phone with a camera and access to the internet.
HueTrition Live Event SubscriptionAccess HueTrition live events featuring experts tackling health and wellness topics you want to know!
VIP Family Membership
- Your membership includes the FREE Downloadable HuePets app, HueTrition’s™ debut program, this fun mobile app turns daily healthy eating into a game for young children and their families. Image-Recognition Technology enables kids to “feed” photos of their real-life food to an adorable digital pet, encouraging a well-balanced diet from an early age.
- Ongoing culinary classes with our chef as well the ability to have a conversation live with other people our chef and experts that want to help you achieve your health and wellness goals!
- Our HueTrition E-Book called “Healthy & Colorful Eating Made Fun” written by me, our CEO & Founder! To find out more about me, click here. This book has been featured on Times Square in NYC and is worth $9.99, but free with your HueTrition Live subscription
Check out this video: HueTrition Live: Spice It Up Adding Flavor without the calories Vegetarian. It's a cooking class!
Stay tuned to our HueApproved Tool for an exciting Live Event on April 11 at 7pm EST!
Learn more about what HueTrition has to offer - Healthy eating made simple!
Sponsored by: HueTrition
Organized by: SavingYouDinero.com
1 Winner – $25 Gift Card of your choice
Open to US Residents
Dates – Ends April 1, 2019 1159pm EST
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Make things where you hide the veggies or fruit like a smoothie or lasagna.ReplyDelete
We try to sneak veggies in soups.ReplyDelete
They know they need to eat their vegetables at dinner.ReplyDelete
The best way to get my kids to eat healthy is to model it! Easier said than done. Luckily, they're all athletes and have a stake in their own nutrition.ReplyDelete
I get them to eat healthier by making healthier choices for them and explaining how good certain foods are for them.ReplyDelete
Lock up the cupboards. Ha! I tell them they can have a snack after school, but not before dinner. I serve spinach leaves with breakfast, and lately cucumber too. They get a lot of fruits and veggies in at the start of their day.ReplyDelete
How do you get your kids or grandkids to eat healthier foods?ReplyDelete
easy..i dont have kids or grandchildren
How do you get people to eat healthier? Just don't buy junk!ReplyDelete
I let my kids choose what fruits and veggies they want to buy/eat for the week.ReplyDelete
I like to make it "fun", like making animals out of snack components.ReplyDelete
I try to get my kids to eat healthier foods by adding more vegetables to dishes they already enjoy, like scrambled eggs or fried rice.ReplyDelete
I'd make homemade soupReplyDelete
I always provide a wide variety of healthy foods.ReplyDelete
I don't have kids, but if I did, I would make homemade candy, and try to use organic ingredients. If they like it, I would continue to make more.ReplyDelete
I would not have funk food in the house and would have fruit already cut up and available for snacking.ReplyDelete
just leave them out for them, and dont say anything.ReplyDelete
I have my kids try 2 bites of anything I make. They typically don't like the first bite but the 2nd one usually has them eating more. I also leave fresh fruit out on the counter. When they see it there, they tend to want it.ReplyDelete
I make them try a small amount of different foods.ReplyDelete
I make sure we have plenty of healthy snacks in the house at all times.ReplyDelete
I give them veggies with a dip that they really like and also put veggies in the soups I makeReplyDelete
The best way is to have them on hand. I dont buy alot of snack foods so is they are snacky they have veggies and fruit to choose from. Thank youReplyDelete
I make sure there is plenty of healthy food for them to choose from and don't buy many unhealthy foods.ReplyDelete
Try to get them to at least try different ones Sometimes you have to give lots of encouragenementReplyDelete
Don't give much choice by not buying junk. Eat healthy or starve. Easy peasy hahaReplyDelete
No kids! no need to try and sneak veggies... my dog loves them! I just put them in her bowl.ReplyDelete
We have an understanding that we all must try things at least once/two bites to make sure. Even I have had to try a couple things having to follow our rules.ReplyDelete
We do what my dad did when we were little, make something look lip-smackin' good and then we'd have to try it!ReplyDelete
I try to incorporate at least 1 or 2 healthy items in their lunch that I pack them for school.ReplyDelete
We give them a variety of healthy foods.ReplyDelete
We do a fruit salad every week with different fruits based on what is on sale.ReplyDelete
Chocolate Poundcake muffins can hide just about any "yucky" vegetable- just puree and add 1/2 cup to the batter.ReplyDelete
She is only 9 months old. We try to give her healthy treats. No sugar.ReplyDelete
I offer healthy foods often, eventually they give it a try and enjoy healthier foodsReplyDelete
I mixed healthier food in with other food. Like mixing spinach in with mashed potatoes.ReplyDelete
I like to make fruit smoothies and add in some greens that she doesn't notice:)ReplyDelete
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I lead by example.ReplyDelete
I keep junk food out of the house and have fruits and vegetables that they like on hand.ReplyDelete
don't have kids/grandkidsReplyDelete
I use finely chopped veggies in soups & stews.ReplyDelete
Fortunately it was never a struggle to get my kids to eat fruits or veggies, they always liked themReplyDelete
Make a fun game out of it at the table.ReplyDelete
My granddaughter loves most fruit and vegetables, we have no problem with herReplyDelete
I love to eat as healthy as possibleReplyDelete
I like to keep veggie trays in the fridge with hummus my granddaughter loves itReplyDelete
My kids always liked fruit better than candy and veggies over carbs.ReplyDelete
I keep offering it, and eventually they give in and eat it.ReplyDelete
Make them more appealing yummy lookingReplyDelete
feed them veggiesReplyDelete
I like to add veggies to the foods they already like to eat.ReplyDelete
No kids. I just like veggies.ReplyDelete
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I think it's a good idea to let kids help in the choosing process when buying vegetables. Yes, they will have to eat a vegetable, but they get to pick out which one!ReplyDelete
I try to make certain that the foods available for snacks are fruits and veggies.ReplyDelete
I do not have any kids that our in the house. My daughter has celiac and knows how to eat right. I have no grandkidsReplyDelete
I introduced my son to fresh vegetables and fruits at a young age. So now he's not picky.ReplyDelete
We let them pick the kinds that they want.ReplyDelete
We put out creatively arranged cut fruits and veggies on a tray for the kids to snack on when they visit.ReplyDelete
My kids love to eat veggies - no need to trick them... plus they are both adults.ReplyDelete
I got my kids to eat healthier foods by example by my eating those foods in front of them.ReplyDelete
I have found that if they see me enjoying those foods, they are more inclined to want it for themselves.ReplyDelete
I make a game out of it.ReplyDelete
They help grow the veggies in the garden and then it's a treat to eat what they grew.ReplyDelete
I keep lots of healthy veggies and fruits readily available for easy snackingReplyDelete
We cook lots of homemade soups & sauces using pureed vegetables !ReplyDelete
I fix casseroles and stir fry that can conceal the veggies!ReplyDelete