Tips For Packing Your Own Lunch to Improve Your Health and IQ

Published on August 3, 2011

Updated on February 13, 2018

No matter how healthy the options are, eating at school or a cafeteria at work or, even worse, a fast food restaurant for lunch can be a risky proposal for your health. However, when you pack your lunch yourself, or for your kids, you can control the ingredients and therefore the calorie and fat content and the sodium levels to help provide a tasty, healthy and much cheaper alternative. In addition, a recent study has shown that healthier meals for children help increase their IQ as they develop. Follow the link to WebMD below for more information and some nutritious recipes:

Brown-Bag Lunches and Snacks for Work or School

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