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Build a healthier sandwich for National PB&J DayThese quick tips decrease calories and saturated fat, and boost protein, fiber, calcium, iron and folic acid.
For an extra-special treat, try making your own peanut butter with this dietitian-approved recipe.Information from our KidsHealth Library.
- Swap white bread for two slices of whole-wheat or whole-grain bread.
- Swap regular peanut butter for two tablespoons soy nut butter with no added sugar, or natural peanut butter with no added sugar.
- Swap sugary jelly for one tablespoon 100 percent fruit spread.
Posted on Apr 2, 2013 in Healthy Living
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