Thursday, April 11, 2019

$25 Gift Card Giveaway from HueTrition

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I am all about finding what works to help make my son WANT to have a healthier diet. We have been making HUGE strides. He's come a long way, but it hasn't been easy (he was picker than I am, and I am very picky!). Happily, he's more and more about trying new foods and has decided he even likes a good number of veggies now (thank goodness!), so when it comes to a product or item that helps the littles become more aware and willing to invest in healthy eating, I am all in!

HueTrition makes it so easy and FUN to make nutritious choices for your whole family. They have many videos available to help you when meal planning.

You can also take virtual classes that will teach you how to make nutritious foods. Their next event is about the HueApproved Scanner! he easy and fun way to choose healthy food products: HueApproved Scanner Unveiling HueTrition Live Event on April 18, 4 - 5 PM (EDT)



There are a few new products from HueTrition that you need to know about!

Check out Huegear:


My daughter would love this Huey Squishee!


Or get an assortment of Hue Products with a HueMerch Box. With HueTrition educational Materials and other HueApproved product samples and giveaways.


This HuePets Bundle is also super cute too with:
  • The Huey Plushee
  • A paperback copy of the HuePets Coloring Book
  • HueTrition travel Bag


HuePets – As seen on TV

The App that makes it fun for kids to eat healthy and try new foods! Scan real-life meals to feed your HuePet™, unlocking prizes and raising your pet from a little egg to a HueMaster!

Get the HuePets app and get a discount on the HuePets bundle! Get the Bundle now! And get 50% off a HueChef Consultation!




Giveaway Details:

Sponsored by: HueTrition
Organized by: SavingYouDinero.com
1 Winner – $25 Gift Card of your choice
Open to US Residents
Dates – Ends April 24, 2019 11:59pm EST

71 comments:

  1. I sneak veggies and fruits in recipes they are already familiar with, such as spaghetti.

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  2. I sneak vegetables into soups and stews.

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  3. I let my daughter choose what she likes when we are shopping, so she will be willing to eat it.

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  4. Plan meals and snacks with healthy choices they like to eat. Offer meals with food from at least three food groups. Plan snacks with food from at least two food groups.

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  5. Luckily I don't have to do much, they love fruit.

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  6. This is becoming more and more popular. Great giveaway.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, my friend. ♥

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  7. I encourage my nephew to eat healthier by having healthy options already prepared for him to grab and go such as sliced apples which are more convenient than a whole apple.

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  8. I'm always experimenting with new tasty and healthy treats, I try them out on picky "testers" first, including myself, although I'm not that picky!

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  9. i sit there and eat it with them and explain how good it is and how healthy it is for their body

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  10. I "hide" veggies in stews & soups!

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  11. I use recipes from The Sneaky Chef Cookbook to fool fussy grandchildren's taste buds.

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  12. I find that it helps to add a dipping sauce, like ranch dressing. They are more likely to eat fresh veggies they can dip.

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  13. My kids will eat anything that they can put fat free Ranch on.

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  14. I've always fed my kids healthy food so I don't have to be sneaky about it. They actually enjoy it.

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  15. I like to let kids choose from the variety of veggies I have on hand. Being included in the decision making helps a lot.

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  16. I don't have kids, but if I did, I try to get them to eat more vegetables. It is a cliche to say that but most children really despise vegetables.

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  17. I cut it into fun shapes and have them help me cook so they are more likely to eat it.

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  18. I get my kids to eat healthier by blending fruits and veggies into smoothies or homemade frozen yogurt.

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  19. Very informative. This is a fun way to eat veggies for kids. Thank you for this.

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  20. I make a snack tray with variety of fruits and veggies and other foods to make it fun and easy to eat.

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  21. I get my daughter to eat healthier foods by nagging her to death, lol. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  22. I try to keep healthy foods on hand and show them by example by eating healthy foods myself.

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  23. A healthy diet is very important.

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  24. I put veggies in soups and make healthy snaks that are fun to eat.

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  25. My boys eat pretty good. Mica doesn't care for eggs and bananas, but he'll still eat them. They both don't care for sweet potatoes. Isaak doesn't like dried mango. All other stuff is pretty fair game. They will even do spicy.

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  26. I guess I didn't answer. I do sneak bananas into smoothies, so Mica doesn't complain about them.

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  27. I cook healthy so they don;t know the difference, :)

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  28. I keep them cut and ready to grub on in the fridge. Thank you

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  29. I let my son help cook!
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  30. the boys do eat pretty healthy-they both love fruits and veggies(raw not cooked)

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  31. We have a one bite rule for new foods at our house.

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  32. I lead by example!

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  33. I try to find recipes to make fun things like muffins and cookies with healthy food to get them to eat.

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  34. I'm not a short-order cook here in our house. So our kids always have to eat what I make, and I try to make healthy meals.

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  35. don't have any kids or grandkids

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  36. My granddaughter loves juice.

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  37. I have my granddaughter help me cook and bake.

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  38. A healthy diet is very important.

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  39. It's like a competition between my niece and her brother.

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  40. My 10 yr boy eats a .ot like I do. Lettuce, carrots, cucumber with out dressing. He also love apple.

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  41. Making smoothies with a variety of fruits and veggies and adding stevia helps a lot.

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  42. We have a rule and song about having to give new things a chance - 3 bites of new foods - but we do get dessert if they eat a fourth without hesitation. Turns out pretty well!

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  43. sometimes I hide it in other foods

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  44. I get my kids to try healthier food choices by only providing healthier options 90% of the time. We do have treats occasionally though for balance.

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  45. I put healthy fruits and veggies into smoothies.

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  46. Creativity- pancakes with a fruit smile...stuff like that.

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  47. Sneak some veggies and fruits into meals.

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  48. Grow a garden. They will eat plants they grew themselves :)

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  49. I encourage my niece to eat healthier by making it more convenient like slicing apples for snacking rather than giving her a whole apple.

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  50. We try to make certain the snack foods available are mainly fruits and veggies, since they are old enough to get their own now.

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  51. i try to make healthy yummy snacks that the whole family loves!

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  52. Getting my daughter to eat healthy foods is easy. She was brought up with fruits and veggies very early and loved them all since, she is not picky at all!

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  53. I don't have that problem luckily.

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  54. I usually stock up on a variety of fresh fruit and veggies. She loves to dip veggies in hummus with me for a snack

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  55. We eat healthy by making it a part of our daily meals

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  56. Healthy dips help make eating fruits and veggies fun.

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  57. My niece really likes a good majority of healthy food items. Some things she's a bit picky about.

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  58. I let them see me and their aunts and uncles enjoying these foods and then they usually are willing to try them.

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  59. I like to make shakes like banana, strawberry, etc. To help! Veggies are tough, use ranch dip!

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  60. I sneak them in, like spinach in smoothies

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  61. I don't need to worry about my kids eating healthier, b/c they already do. For lunch, my son eats: two bananas, an orange, some baby carrots and a yogurt - no sandwich.

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  62. Never had a hard time getting my daughter to eat healthy. She loves her green veggies has since she was a baby

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  63. The only thing my son doesn't eat is avocados

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  64. I have been offer vegetables since he could eat. He will try anything. At 2 1/2 his favorite food are cooked carrots and green peas!

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  65. Sneak them into sauces and/or give them a treat for finishing all the veggies.

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  66. I try to mix them into foods I know they like to eat like spaghetti.

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  67. I ask him to eat however many bites of the healthy food in exchange for bites of the food he enjoys.

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