Back to school is in full swing which means in addition to schoolwork, homework, and after-school activities it’s crunch time once that alarm goes off for preparing a healthy breakfast and lunch during the hectic morning rush of getting your children up, dressed and out the door on time. With IQed you can prepare a nutritious breakfast and lunch for your child in seconds taking some of that stress off. And there are many other reasons for including IQed as part of your family’s diet. As Marcie Beth Schneider, M.D., FAAP, a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Committee On Nutrition reminds us, "Study after study shows that those who eat breakfast function better. They do better in school and have better concentration and more energy"
Here are some tips to minimize any stress and maximize your time to provide your family a smart start for their day!
Smart Start Breakfast
For a quick and healthy breakfast mix 2 scoops of IQed into a blender cup with some water. You can also mix a scoop or two of IQed into yogurt or oatmeal. Another quick healthy breakfast idea is to mix a scoop of IQed with water and pour over cereal as the milk. Sounds simple, however even if just mixed with water IQed provides complete full meal and vitamin replacement including 22 key natural vitamins and minerals, 9 ayurvedic botanicals including turmeric, soluble fiber, Omega 3's, and all the essential amino acids through its food ingredients.
Smart Start Lunch
Prepare lunch the night before and store in your refrigerator. On our IQed Pinterest board, we have a number of healthy lunch ideas here One fun idea is to mix Nutella with a scoop of IQed and smear on a soft tortilla. Put a banana in the middle and roll up for a yummy and nutritious IQed chocolate banana tortilla! One mother told us she packs her picky eater son an IQed shake in his lunchbox and he now has a healthy lunch daily. Or try mixing IQed into your favorite flavored yogurt. Rebakah K. says that the IQed adds the crust flavor making yogurt taste like pie! And you can be assured you are serving your child quality food with IQed as all ingredients are certified as foods that are tested free of heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides, stimulants, preservatives, genetically modified ingredients, or synthetic contaminants.
Smart Start Snacks
Prepare some IQed snacks that can be used in the lunch box, or for on the go. Cut up veggies and keep them in containers in the refrigerator. Mix a scoop of IQed into your favorite veggie dip. You can also bake your favorite veggies into chips! Peel carrots into thick slices. Toss in olive oil and salt and bake at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. You can coat them with cinnamon sugar mixed with IQed. A quick cookie idea is to mix a scoop of IQed with a tablespoon of peanut butter and raw honey to taste. Form into cookies and place in the freezer to harden. Placing healthy snacks in plain sight your family is more likely to grab and eat them. Here are two boards from our Pinterest page which have some snack ideas we believe you and your family will love! One and Two. IQed is salicylates free and approved by the Feingold Association for the Feingold Diet
IQed is getting recognized by more medical doctors as superior nutrition for supporting brain and metabolic function and supporting sustained energy and focus, and a recent customer survey we will be sharing more about shortly reported an amazing 92 (?) percent customer satisfaction. We hope that you will take advantage of our Welcome Back To School "IQed Smart Start" offer You will find our dedication to continuing to produce superior nutrition for your family and our dedication to excellence has not changed.
IQed is endorsed by an award-winning medical doctor, conceptualized by a mom We make IQed for our own family so know how important quality is. Enjoy delicious and nutritious IQed and know that you are providing your family with a headstart to a great year.
Mom Conceptualist For IQed
Lisa Geng got her start as a designer, patented inventor, and creator in the fashion, toy, and film industries, but after the early diagnosis of her young children, she entered the world of nonprofit, pilot studies, and advocacy. As the mother of two “late talkers,” she is the founder and president of the nonprofit CHERAB Foundation, co-author of the acclaimed book, The Late Talker, (St Martin’s Press 2003), and is instrumental in the development of IQed, a whole food nutrition meal replacement. Lisa currently serves as a parent advocate on an AAN board for vaccines and is a member of CUE through Cochrane US. Lisa is currently working on a second book, The Late Talker Grows Up and serves as a Late Talkers, Silent Voices executive producer. She lives on the Treasure Coast of Florida.
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