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Tiny Bites (Ages 3-5)

This is one of the most important ages to focus on the introduction of new foods and to avoid foods high in sugar and additives as toddlers are experimenting with feeding themselves and developing taste preferences. What kids eat in their early years establish their food preferences and may affect their genetic expression.

As they learn to use utensils, we can set them up for success with easy-to-eat foods. Our toddler meals introduce a variety of meals to ensure your toddler gets a variety of flavors in proper portions for their growing bodies.

  • Children ages 3 - 5 have daily caloric needs ranging from 1,000 calories (sedentary) to 1,600 calories (active).
  • Our meals are designed based on moderately active children with a daily caloric recommendation of 1,400 calories.
  • Each meal targets 325-375 calories + ideal ratio of 35% fat, 20% protein and 45% carbs.
  • Meal will vary in actual ratios but stay within Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDRs), based on the health.gov standards.

Mighty Bites (Ages 6-10)

This age is one of the hardest! However, with patience and repeated exposure, parents can help their kids to accept and even enjoy, a wide variety of foods. This age is important for developing a healthy relationship with food and understanding the value of nutrition for health and wellness. 

  • Children ages 6 -10 have daily caloric needs ranging from 1,200 calories (sedentary) to 2,000 (active)
  • Our meals are designed based on moderately active children with a daily caloric recommendation of 1,600 calories.
  • Each meal targets 425-475 calories + ideal ratio of 25% fat, 30% protein and 45% carbs.
  • Meal will vary in actual ratios but stay within Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDRs), based on the health.gov standards.

Super Food (Ages 11-14+)

This age introduces new challenges. Body image and peer pressure can play a major role in food choices, while for other kids, the sheer volume of physical and academic work can leave them famished. Planning for healthy meal choices on-hand can help avoid unhealthy food choices, and teaching kids at this age about how macros and calories really work can help them maintain a positive relationship with food.

  • Children ages 11 -14+ have daily caloric needs ranging from 1,600 calories (sedentary) to 2,400 (active).
  • Our meals are designed based on the needs of moderately active with a daily caloric recommendation of 2,000 calories.
  • Each meal targets 425-475 calories + ideal ratio of 25% fat, 30% protein and 45% carbs.
  • Meal will vary in actual ratios but stay within Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDRs), based on the health.gov standards.
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