Subway Healthy Kids Meals and Frozen $50 GC Giveaway!

One of our favorite places to eat is Subway.  I like that each person can tailor their meal to his or her liking.  It’s all about making choices, hopefully healthy choices at that.  My children like Subway because they feel like they get control over what they eat (I’m not simply putting something in front of them, take it or leave it).


When it comes to the Subway’s healthy kids meals, Paige is adventurous!  This time she went with a ham, no cheese, lettuce, onion, tomato, olives and banana pepper with vinegar.  Sometimes, she wants chicken, lettuce and mayo.  The girl is all over the board!  Where Johnny has his favorite sandwich and never, ever ventures on to something else, Paige will create her own perfect sandwich…with a variety of toppings!  The Subway healthy kids meals are just perfect for our little girl who has to try it all!


Not only are the Subway sandwiches tasty (and healthy!) but I love the kids meal packs.  Aren’t the sacks just adorable?

Subway Bag

Paige and I recently had a fun outing with the two of my best friends to see the Disney movie, Frozen.  It was so good!  Humor, family bonds, singing, oh!  The music was wonderful!  I’m not sure who I loved more, Olaf the Snowman or Sven the Reindeer.  The four of us laughed and laughed and of course, they all were anticipating on some tears.  I just can’t help it!  Disney has a hit with Frozen…it’s found a very warm place in our hearts!


I’m pretty sure we’re going to see it again this weekend because it was just that good!  Movies and Subway, I’m pretty sure there isn’t anything better!


Trying out her dad’s Chipotle Chicken!




One reader will win a $50 Subway gift card.

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  1. Julie Wood says:

    I keep my Son healthy this Holiday season is by having fruit and veges every day! We eat at home, and I make home cooked meals! We eat nuts, fruits, and vegetables every day! We also love going out to Subway to eat their healthy sandwiches!

  2. Sandra VanHoey says:

    We are giving vitamins, orange juice and plenty of yogurt and fruits

  3. We’re keeping healthy by exercising, eating right and washing hands frequently

  4. We are giving vitamins

  5. Orange juice and juicing and keeping hydrated. Also other fresh fruits are involved in the food that we eat.

  6. courtney b says:

    we are trying to cut back on sweets. its very hard though! my daughter loves candy!

  7. We are eating fruits and vegetables while staying hydrated with water.

  8. Tabitha P. says:

    I make my kid take a multi vitamin daily.
    I hope it helps her,so is not too much on healthy foods.

  9. I bought a big bag of mixed nuts since they’re excellent for health longevity. Have a little bit every day and that’s all it takes.

  10. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    Making fruits and veggies fun to eat with dip.

  11. I give my kids their vitamins every day, and have them wash their hands often.

  12. He washes his hands alot.

  13. We try to eat healthy, and stay germ-free and warm.

  14. Jennifer T. says:

    I’m trying to serve fruit or veggies with every meal. And encourage outside exercise, weather permitting.

  15. Making sure we have healthy snacks and finding ways to make healthy meals fun!

  16. Lauren Becker says:

    I don’t have any kids of my own, but my niece and nephew are eating healthy and staying warm.

  17. chefdionne says:

    Lots of fruit and we are very active! Sometimes he is too active. :)

  18. Terry Maigi says:

    We stay healthy by eating healthy food, taking vitamins and washing our hands often

  19. Jessie C. says:

    Cook from scratch and make sure to add plenty of produce in meals.

  20. stephanie says:

    eating fruits and veggies

  21. Joan Kubes says:

    I’m hiding vegetables in their food :-)

  22. Mary Happymommy says:

    My kids are playing outside and getting exercise.

  23. Mary Cloud says:

    I bought a lot of apples and we were given a bunch of oranges and they’re enjoying them
    annabella @ centurytel dot net

  24. chefdionne says:

    Love veggies, fresh fruit and we stay active!

  25. By adding veggies to every meal!

  26. We avoid fast food chains that offer only burger and fries, I prefer places like Subway if we are having a busy day.

  27. We’re eating lots of fruits and veggies, and keeping active despite the cold temps.

  28. Selene M. says:

    If I had small children, it would include frequent hand washing, plenty of rest and healty foods.

  29. Take a multivitamin every day and drinking lots of OJ and eating healthy snacks like bananas and apples

  30. My kids are playing sports this winter season to keep them active and healthy.

  31. Shawna N. says:

    We try and make sure that the kids get a fruit, veggie, milk and protein with lunch and dinner. They MUST eat at least half of each.

  32. Terri C. McMillan says:

    Eating well and vitamins

  33. samantha garcia says:

    vitamins and pediasure

  34. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    Fresh, Healthy Options Like Fruits And Veggies For Healthy Choices

  35. Crystal Young says:

    We are eating fruits and vegetables while staying hydrated with water.

  36. maleficent m says:

    giving them veggies and fruit with every meal and real juice

  37. Elisabeth says:

    I make sure to have plenty of clementines around!

  38. rod jackson says:

    We stay healthy with good hand washings and nutrition.

  39. Susan Christy says:

    Lots of rest, vitamins, OJ, healthy eating and hand washing.

  40. Barbara Lima says:

    Making sure they get fruit instead of deserts.

  41. rod jackson says:

    Less sweets and more fresh fruit and veggies.

  42. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    im cooking healthy!

  43. We’re practicing intuitive eating (as always!).

  44. Susan O'Bryant says:

    We don’t have babies yet, but when we do, I imagine we will limit treats to special times only, to build good habits with healthy meals on a regular basis.

  45. we eat fruits and veggies daily

  46. Wanda McHenry says:

    Eating healthy, plenty of rest and washing hands frequently.

  47. Dana Rodriguez says:

    Multi vitamins and lots of fruit and veggies!

  48. Thomas Murphy says:

    My kids take vitamins

  49. taking extra vitamin c when feeling at all sickly; eating more superfoods

  50. Michele P says:

    hand sanitizer, healthy snacks, vitamins and probiotics for the tummy to keep from getting that upset stomach feeling she used to get alot.

  51. heather baker says:

    I try to feed them good food, keep them moving and do the best I can to keep them from illness.

  52. Michelle C says:

    I limit fast foods and treats. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mrsmchappell at gmail dot com

  53. We eat fruits and veggies.

  54. staying active and lots of water!

  55. rebecca shockley says:

    Honestly, a little bribery and good conversations about their health

  56. Eileen Richter says:

    Lots of vitamin C with citrus fruits we bought from a family member’s school fundraiser. And we are pretty good about eating lean meats and veggies year round. Lots of antibacterial use around the house lately and not too many late nights allowed…kids need lots more sleep when winter compromises the immune system. This I know.

  57. Anastasia says:

    We stay healthy by playing dance games on our xbox! :)

  58. Loads of fruits and veggies. Washing our hands. A. Lot.

  59. Holly Thomas says:

    By limiting their sweets.

  60. kelly nicholson says:

    Share a way you are keeping your children healthy this holiday season.

    no children,but fior healthier kids make them d=food at home instead of fast food

  61. Although very difficult, I limit all the sugary drinks and chocolate especially after 4:00 pm.

  62. We use brainium vitamins!

  63. Tiffani Jade says:

    I help keep my son healthy by serving healthy foods, giving him a multivitamin and we always make sure to wash our hands when we get home from the store, school etc. so we don’t spread germs.

  64. Denise N. says:

    I keep my kiddos healthy by keeping them active (off the couch as much as possible), constantly remind them to wash hands, and keep lots of fresh fruits and veggies in the fridge!

  65. We limit the number of indulgent food/snacks for the holidays and try to find things that they will enjoy but are also healthy, like fruits and nuts.

  66. My son is trying to stay healthy by drinking lots of water, taking vitamins and eating veggies.!!

  67. Elizabeth Owens says:

    I make sure to limit their sweets since they seem to be everywhere around the holidays!

  68. g. penrod says:

    they are all married an gone so I have to guess there eating habits contibute

  69. Barbara Montag says:

    We’re having yogurt and kefir for healthy bacteria – thank you.

  70. Avoiding soda and juices

  71. I’ve been keeping my grandsons healthy this season by washing their hands a lot and eating healthy snacks and meals.

  72. sheri street says:

    frequent hand washing lots of orange juice and vitamins

  73. Tari Lawson says:

    I have my boys working out.

  74. I make sure they are getting plenty of sleep and doing lots of hand washing.
    Thank you!

  75. Beaynbopp says:

    I keep the chocolate away that great grandma wants him to eat! lol We also give him sidekicks when his day wasn’t the best with eating/getting all what he needs.

  76. socratesjr says:

    We have a lot of handy, quality snacks so they don’t gorge themselves on candy and chips.

  77. vickie couturier says:

    bought more juice an less soda an sweetened drinks,an had fruit on hand instead of chips an candy

  78. We are staying healthy by getting lots of exercise–even when it’s cold outside!

  79. Fruits, veggies, milk, & OJ.

  80. We’ve gotten rid of all the sugary sweets and high sodium products. More veggies and fruits and my daughter loves flavored water.
    Carol L

  81. I make sure everyone in the family gets a flu shot.

  82. robyn paris says:

    i cook lean meats and vegetables for my children.

  83. Adrienne Gordon says:

    We try and take vitamin c

  84. tracey byram says:

    We use lots of hand sanitizer during the winter

  85. Jennifer Rote says:

    I serve a lot of veggie platters.

  86. Paula Gardner says:

    Baking and then enjoying sweets but only rarely. Moving more eating less

  87. My great grands take a multi-vitamin daily and wash their hands frequently.

  88. Cynthia C says:

    I like to have cut up veggies and healthy dips like hummus and greek yogurt on hand for snacking.

  89. We feed our kids lots of whole foods to keep their immune system up

  90. feed them healthy food

  91. Ann Fantom says:

    We try to eat healthy meals, take a daily vitamin, get plenty of sleep and wash our hands frequently.

  92. I try to have lots of games and crafts that they would enjoy….and baking is always fun together too!

  93. Encouraging exercise and healthier meals

  94. DESIREE H says:

    I try to keep their hands washed and I wash my hands a lot, too.
    I take Vitamin C in order to prevent me from getting sick, and thus getting my babies sick.

  95. I’ve been making sure they take their vitamins and running a humidifier.

  96. We make sure to drink plenty of water, take vitamins, try to eat plenty of fruits and veggies. We also try to make sure we wash our hands a lot.

  97. They are eating more veggies and fruits.

  98. Heather E says:

    I try to prepare healthy meals and have have healthy snacks on hand.

  99. Alot of fresh veggies and fruits for snacks

  100. I try and limit what fats and carbs they eat during the day.

  101. I am keeping my daughter healthy by keeping plenty of fruit and veggies in the house for her to eat.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

  102. Evelyn Driver says:

    I tell her, wash your hands about a hundred times a day.

  103. Margaret Smith says:

    Having fresh fruit and veggies in house for my kids to eat.

  104. Sara Wagner says:

    I give my kids a lot of fruits and veggies. I also have them take a daily vitamin and encourage good hand washing.

  105. Melissa Roach says:

    I keep my girls healthy by eating healthy foods, and washing our hands as often as possible.

  106. Allison S. says:

    It’s hard to do, but we’re trying to limit the sweets this holiday season.

  107. melissaandkeith miller says:

    lots of water and fruits

  108. I try to feed them plenty of veggies and drink lots of water, and get them to wash their hands more often.

  109. Healthy snacks (fruit/vegetables/yogurt) and playtime/exercise daily to keep active.

  110. Shelley P says:

    We keep healthy snacks on hand and keep active.

  111. Our children are grown, but when they come home for holidays we always try to eat healthy and get exercise. Thanks for the giveaway.

  112. Dorothy Teel says:

    During the holidays, I did not make a lot of sweets, not only to help kids not eat so much but also for me, if it is there I want to eat it, we had a lot of cold veggies and cheeses and dips which we all enjoyed, and I rarely buy sweets here now.

  113. We are eating fruits and vegetables while staying hydrated with water.

  114. Cutting back on the sweets and eating healthier

  115. We get plenty of sleep, eat right and stay active!

  116. Amanda S. says:

    Having sweets in moderation! No binge eating holiday cookies :)

  117. April Brenay says:

    we boys love dried fruit we get a lot during the holidays :)

  118. We love baked goodies around here and I’ve been experimenting with using things like applesause and other smashed fruits instead of oil and it works great!

  119. D Schmidt says:

    I keep them healthy by making sure they wash their hands, eat healthily and drink lots of water.

  120. I don’t have any kids of my own, but my niece eats her fruits and vegetables.

  121. Paige Chandler says:

    Daily multivitamins and dressing warm

  122. Giving them vitamins andhaving them eat healthly meals. and drink orange juice a lot

  123. Amanda E. says:

    Plenty of hand washing for everyone.

  124. I’m keeping coke and chocolate out of the house. (I’m doing it for myself, too!)

  125. Deborah Wellenstein says:

    We are limiting unhealthy fast food. (NOT Subway!) Thanks!

  126. Cindy Merrill says:

    I am an honorary “extra” Grandmother to my Husband’s three Grand Kids: We don’t see them as often as we’d like. However, when they do visit, I make sure we keep our wood stove roaring, because the kids are not used to Owls Head NY weather.

  127. Charlotte Padgett says:

    I’m concentrating on more fruits and vegetables and smaller servings of meats.

  128. Plenty of fruits and veggies along with vitamins.

  129. Sara Grivas says:

    Going more organic and more diligent on our vitamins.

  130. Patti hess says:

    They eat healthy take vitamins and do indoor activities to keep them semi toned up

    pattifritz2000 at yahoo dot com
    thank you

  131. My adult children came home from college and are eating my healthy meals.

  132. We take Euchanasia. Works like a charm!

  133. Amy Orvin says:

    I don’t have children, but help my niece with her eating habits.

  134. we’re using more organic products

  135. Lots of hand washing and rest.

  136. We are really dring lots more water and eating more veggies and fruits.

  137. We’re trying to get my son interested in different veggies so I’ve been letting him pick new ones to try and look for recipes to make with veggies


  138. I give them vitamins daily and they like yogurt in their lunch. Dress them warm in cold weather and limit outdoor time

  139. Amanda Kinder says:

    We make sure there are always fruits and veggies in the house.

  140. Stephanie V. says:

    vitamins, sleep and washing hands

  141. Wendy Hark says:

    A healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables is what I use to keep my kids healthy

  142. Chrystal D says:

    By having fruits & veggies to snack on.

  143. ellen beck says:

    Giving a hearty breakfast of oatmeal or another hot choice like eggs. Its cold here and without something warm and healthy little bodies (and big ones) run out of fuel easy!

  144. Katherine says:

    Lots of fluid exercise and sleep

  145. Danielle E. says:

    Plenty of exercise and healthy snacks

  146. eating fruits instead of candy

  147. Sonya Morris says:

    Washing hands constantly and staying away from really crowded places.

  148. I make up several healthy snacks and keep them in the refrigerator. Have fun together baking healthy treats!

  149. mickeyfan says:

    Eating right and getting plenty of sleep.

  150. Marti Tabora says:

    I try to offer a large variety of foods, so that healthy eating doesn’t get boring and tedious. Thank you.

  151. Linda Lansford says:

    i keep them dressed for the cold and serve healthy meals

  152. Eating balanced meals while also enjoying some treats.

  153. beth shepherd says:

    We give them vitamins and eat healthy

  154. lots of hand washing and we all got flu shots

  155. Vitamin C all the way!

  156. Denise B. says:

    I just make sure they stay active.

  157. Suzanne K says:

    my daughter is away at college so I’m working on keeping ME healthy by having lots of fruits and veggies in the house and no junk!

  158. Making sure that hands are washed and they drink lots of juice and dress for the weather

  159. mrsshukra says:

    Multivitamins and lots of fresh fruits and veggies!

  160. Colleen Maurina says:

    We tried hard to eat healthy meals and snacks during the holidays and limited the amount of special holiday treats.

  161. Virginia Rowell says:

    I made a lot of different recipes using fruits this year. I always cook a veggie with dinner.

  162. danielle lima says:

    We gave up soda for New Years. The prior year we gave up Wendy’s, Taco Bell, McDonald’s and Burger King.

  163. Terri Egelund says:

    I hide fruits and veggies in all my cooking so all of us are healthier.

  164. Seyma Shabbir says:

    They wash their hands, avoid touching things as much as possible!

  165. Jodie Rosenblum says:

    Making sure my daughter gets to be active and play everyday.

  166. Kim Kihega says:

    I keep them healthy by providing a healthy nutritional diet with fruits and veggies, and encourage hand washing to prevent illness during this time of year!

  167. courtney hennagir says:

    I have been tweaking certain holiday recipes to cut out excess sugar and butter and also we have been drinking more water!

  168. I keep my hand sanitizer close and I make sure they are getting their fruits and veggies.

  169. Lots of water and I cut way back on the baking to keep temptations to a minimum!

  170. Janice Cooper says:

    Eating fruits and veggies

  171. Carole Ingram says:

    By making them what they like the most but finding ways of incorporating healthier option in their diet :) if I make them spaghetti, I will go with the higher fiber/higher protein versions, or even get them to try spaghetti squash :) they like it!

  172. The usual vitamins and extra vitamin c but also this year we are avoiding places like museums, he’s picking up enough germs at school and I don’t need anymore this season!

  173. Brittany C. says:

    My son eats healthy, does plenty of running around and takes probiotics.

  174. Patricia Edwards says:

    We are drinking milk and water instead of sodas.

  175. Katie Roch says:

    I’m keeping them healthy by incorporating more foods high in Vitamin C into their meals to keep their immune system running strong.

  176. we eat healthy and take vitamins!

  177. Cathy Truman says:

    We take walks every day and have fresh fruit and veggies for snacks.

  178. Lorena Keech says:

    We always have a veggie tray or salad at every meal.

  179. Brittney House says:

    I keep them hydrated and keep their hands washed.

  180. Lots of fresh foods, vitamins, and warm clothes! :)

  181. Natalie U says:

    We need to stop eating out so much….and lay off the snacks too

  182. Luckily my daughter loves vegetables and fruit so that is no problem for me. I also bought her a small trampoline for inside so she can get exercise when it’s so cold out!

  183. angela smith says:

    drinking more water instead of soda and eating more fruits and veggies.

  184. Pauline Milner says:

    Our kids eat healthy all of the time so they are not particularly fond of junk food. Sometimes when we are doing a lot of visiting and they are eating a lot of different foods like various dips and crackers, prepared meats, etc. they will complain of a belly ache. I think it is just because they are not used to those foods. A friend also suggested that the MSG in those foods may be disagreeing with them. Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity. Keep up the terrific blogging.

  185. I have been keeping freshly chopped veggies in the refrigerator at all time and been making a variety of lo calorie healthy dips. The kids love snacking on them

  186. Limiting the sweets and making sure there are plenty of fresh fruits and veggies for snacking

  187. Frequent hand washing, OJ and vitamins

  188. We are staying healthy by practicing good handwashing techniques and staying away from big crowds

  189. We are taking it easy, playing movement games, and trying new foods

  190. Catherine M. says:

    Making sure my children get enough water to keep healthy and hydrated.

  191. serve more fruit and vegetables

  192. tammy shelton says:

    My Grandsons are playing Flag Football. Their first games were yesterday.

  193. Nichole McKinnon says:

    lots of juice

  194. Jenny Sims says:

    We’re careful to make big servings of fruit and veggies part of every meal

  195. We have cut out fried foods .

  196. Sharon Kaminski says:

    I have them use antibacterial sanitizer and soap.

  197. Mary Anderson says:

    I serve a variety of fruits and vegetables with their meals and encourage Greek yogurt for between-meal snacks.

  198. Alexa Cohen says:

    i only buy healthy food

  199. I let them eat the candy and cookies from the holidays “all at once” I let them just eat it up in a few days, to be over and done with it!!! LOL While emphasizing… you eat this, you are going to brush your teeth TWICE, k? And they did not get to eat any unless they ate their good things all day. I do not let them just sit around, we still stay busy and play outside unless it’s well below zero! hahaha

  200. kim burnett says:

    We stay active and make healthy food choices!

  201. Kassondra Snyder says:

    cutting back on sweets to reduce sugar intake.

  202. My daughter is an adult now, but I get plenty of rest, take vitamins and wash my hand a lot.

  203. Kimberly Schotz says:

    We offer healthy food and beverage choices

  204. We are choosing healthier versions of food we like. So we eat wheat instead of white bread.

  205. Katie Rose says:

    We have fruit, veggie, and yogurt smoothies several times a week for breakfast or snack.

  206. soha molina says:

    We take multi vitamins

  207. KELLY MCGREW says:

    I don’t have kids but i stay on track by choosing subway when i dont feel like cooking. there’s so many healthy and delicious choices.

  208. Eating healthy and drinking lots of liquids.

  209. Make lots of healthy treats in addition t cookies, candies etc

  210. Kathryn Mackey says:

    I will be using nuts and fruits and veggies

  211. Bridgette Friedman says:

    Fruit and veggie snacks instead of sweets or chips.

  212. David Heath says:

    no candy period

  213. We ride our bikes as much as possible!

  214. Diana Mahnke says:

    I am keeping them healthy by stressing the importance of eating fresh produce and lean meats.

  215. tina reynolds says:

    Give them a multivitamin vitamin everyday and limit sugar

  216. We eat healthy foods and exercise.

  217. We’re eating lots of fruits and veg

  218. Jessica H. says:

    I am trying to incorporate more fruits and veggies into my girls diets. We started a new thing where every week at the grocery store they can pick a new fruit or veggie to try. This is encouraging them to experiment with new things and they are more excited to try because they are making the choice of what they want. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  219. Trying to get them to eat their greens.

  220. Nichole S says:

    with lots of fruit ready to fill up on before they notice the holiday treats

  221. kelley wood says:

    keeping busy on these cold days by going out to places like trampoline parks to get exercise etc…

  222. Ashley Trail says:

    We limit their sweets and sugar intake!

  223. We’re eating lots of fruits and washing our hands a lot.

  224. I’ve stocked the frig with lots of healthy snacks and tried to keep the sweets this holiday season to a minimum.

  225. michelle m says:

    my kids enjoy water, we keep them healthy by balancing out their diet with fruits and veggies and we almost always eat at home, we take them to indoor playgrounds for them to exercise

  226. Sometimes it’s hard, but sometimes you just have to say “no, thanks” to all the sweets and goodies being offered (to you and your kiddos).

  227. We tried to get outside every day by walking, throwing a football, or sledding!

  228. Eating fruits and vegetables

  229. ELIZABETH C. says:

    We exercise as a family for 1 hour everyday. We drink water instead of sugary drinks and eat plenty of fruits and veggies.

  230. CJ Godfrey says:

    I am helping to keep my kids healthy by letting them take a part in meal preparation and decisions regarding healthy food choices for our meals!

  231. Casey Everidge says:

    fruits and veggies! and water!

  232. Drink plenty of water, get plenty of sleep.
    Thanks for the contest.

  233. I will keep my grandkids healthy by hiding vegetables in food I know they like.

  234. Monique Rizzo says:

    We go on walks together each day!
    Thanks for the chance.

  235. sandra davis says:

    im giving the kids plenty of healthy snacks like fruit and yogurt and trying to limit their sweets.

  236. Mya Murphy says:

    I could never have children but I’ve been keeping healthy by eating right exercising and taking vitamins.

  237. Lots of sleep

  238. Serena Powell says:

    I don’t have any kids.

  239. Steve Stone says:

    we are having them drink more water.

  240. She eats fruits, veggies, and takes a daily vitamin to stay healthy.

  241. Cynthia R says:

    eating healthier foods, curbing the junk food and taking vitamins to keep healthy this winter.

  242. Leann Lindeman says:

    Drinking lots of water.

  243. We do a daily multi-vitamin. Also now that the holidays are over, there aren’t any sweets in the house so we’re back to out fruit and veggie snacks.

  244. Vitamins and healthy foods.

  245. mary gardner says:

    We are trying to eat lots of fruits and vegetables along with taking vitamins and lots of handwashing!

  246. trying to get them to eat their fruits and veggies

  247. Patricia B. says:

    We ate in during the holidays, cooking healthy meals at home, Also, drinking plenty of water to stay hydrated.

  248. Wild Orchid says:

    We are eating lots of fruit and veggie based snacks and increasing our activity levels.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

  249. I let them eat more fruit

  250. By using plenty of handsanitzer and drinking a lot of orange juice

  251. Vitamins and hand washing.

  252. I don’t have kids of my own, but my sister’s kids are eating less candy and junk food.

  253. Courtnie Miller says:

    We are trying to eat more vegetables.

  254. Eating more fruits rich in Vitamin C and magnesium, and eating more fermented foods with probiotcs.

  255. I give healthy snacks

  256. lots of fruits & veggies

  257. I try to bake rather than fry. I also use lighter alternatives (margarine versus butter, seasonings rather than oil to add flavor), etc . . .

  258. We are giving vitamins

  259. We wash our hands alot and clean off the doorknobs and light switches regularly.

  260. I am making sure that they eat healthy snacks & limit how much candy & cookies they eat. Thank u for the chance to win.

  261. Kim Holsapple says:

    we have stopped buying soda!

  262. Melissa G says:

    My son always snacks on fruits and vegetables. I limit his sugar intake and he drinks plenty of water

  263. Kathleen Smith says:

    Incorporating lots of water, whole grains and sugar alternatives like fruit

  264. Home cooked meals.

  265. Danielle D says:

    A lot of walking

  266. Terri Moore says:

    I keep food on hand that is quick and easy to grab and go such as cheese sticks and recently I made a big batch of home made burritos for the freezer.

  267. I make a homemade Vanilla Bean Cream Cheese dip that I serve for dessert with cut up fruit… yum!

  268. Terra Heck says:

    I make food fun so they are more inclined to want to eat the healthy foods. I use cookie cutters and other tools to make fun shapes out of foods. I also don’t put much candy in their Christmas stockings. Thanks.

  269. eating veggies!

  270. By having healthy snacks available at all times.

  271. Yvonne Rorie says:

    I have them eat peas and carrots.

  272. Charlene Drake says:

    Lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and lots of sleep

  273. I try to make sure they eat plenty of vegetables, drink plenty of water and wash their hands a lot.

  274. Cheryl B. says:

    Encouraging them to wash their hands often.

  275. Bev Henry says:

    lots of fresh fruits and veggies for us

  276. janna johnson says:

    lots of orange juice

  277. I am taking more vitamins and drinking much more water!!!!!

  278. Elizabeth Turner says:


  279. nancy bowers says:

    They are grown so they have to do that themselves :) I try to feed my grandkids nutritional snacks.

  280. We keep them healthy by making sure they still eat lots of fruits (esp clementines this time of year) and veggies.

  281. I’m making sure he exercises and drinks plenty of water.

  282. My kids stay healthy by eating lots of fruit and veggies.

  283. Washing hands and dressing warm.

  284. Still making sure they get enough physical activity, even if that means finding somewhere indoors to run around and play if its freezing out!

  285. raquel perez says:

    I keep them healthy by giving them fruit as snacks instead of chips or cookies

  286. rayraycartucci says:

    We try not to go out to eat very much and we make apple slices,veggies and dip and I keep fresh fruit always

  287. To try and play with our toys outside as much as possible to get better exercise than staying in the house.

  288. Lots of playing outside when the temps aren’t too cold.

  289. sara haaf says:

    Lots of salad.

  290. Flu Vaccine!

  291. I keep my kids healthy by offering fruit and not package snacks.

  292. We take flu shots and wash our hands frequently!

  293. reducing amount of sweets left in house- and keeping healthy snacks around instead

  294. I took my kids for flu shots.

  295. Audra O'Hara says:

    We’re keeping healthy by washing hands and trying to limit sugar and overly processed foods.

  296. Allison Downes says:

    Giving them vitamins and fruits and veggies

    Thank you for the great giveaway!

  297. they only want to eat veggies

  298. Replacing some of the sweets with fruits and veggies

  299. I have been really encouraging lots of hand washing and sanitizer this holiday season. In addition to all of the everyday germs, my son is a youth wrestler and my husband is a high school wrestling coach so he comes into contact with a plethora of interesting germs. Ick.

  300. kathy dalton says:

    ive been bringing healthy snacks when i visit the grandkids rather than candy and cookies

  301. Shannon McGrew says:

    everything in moderation! and water!

  302. Trying to keep my child away from late night snacks. I offer a healthy bedtime snack instead.

  303. I kept my kids to their regular bedtime throughout the vacation. Thanks for the great giveaway!

  304. We served more fruits and veggies during the holiday season, not too many desserts.

  305. Tanya White says:

    I am incorporating more vegetables into their meals.

  306. I just try to make sure we have as many fresh fruits and veggies around, as we do sweet stuff. And I make sure they reach for those as much as the goodies!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  307. I keep my kids healthy by cooking for them from scratch I cook 6 out of 7 days a week I try to stay away from processed foods as much as possibile and I pack their lunches I think this keeps everyone on track during the holidays and any other time

  308. Lots of fluids, healthy snacks, OJ in the morning, and kids vitamins.

  309. Mark Brasure says:

    Subway instead of pizza.

  310. Francine Anchondo says:

    eating fruit and veggies

  311. Nicole Sender says:

    Offering more fruits and veggies instead of chips!

  312. Georgia Beckman says:

    We are using essential oils to stay healthy now!

  313. Christina Y. says:

    Making healthy snacks and also more walking outdoors with the dogs! (:

  314. Jacqueline says:

    I believe in mental health being of as much importance as physical health! Our household does not use slave products from overseas, we do not eat meat that comes from abused animals, and we wear dye-free clothing whenever possible to stay healthy inside and out!

  315. Danalee Davis says:

    I have them eat healthy food and wash their hands frequently.

  316. Getting flu shots, drs appts, hand washing galore

  317. by cooking good healthy food

  318. Eating healthier foods and encouraging good amount of sleep…which is very hard with teenagers!

  319. I incorporate fruits and veggies into every meal. I also make sure they drink plenty of water.

  320. Jared Ruman says:

    Vegetables, fruits, vitamins and water

  321. christine jessamine says:

    I have my kids drink alot of water and take daily vitamins

  322. We have been eating oranges and vitamins like crazy! Thanks for the giveaway!

  323. Always making sure we wash our hands and take our vitamins.

  324. Susan Smith says:

    We’re keeping healthy by exercising, eating right and washing our hands frequently :

  325. We are trying to eat healthy, take our vitamins and stay active!

  326. Jennifer Dunaway says:

    I make sure there is healthy food out for snacks not just junk.

  327. virgil poore says:

    keep them healthy by keeping them moving! i dont let them sit in front of the TV eating cheeto’s all day.they get up and play and move around.they love to hunt ,so that is a win win..they enjoy it and it feeds our family.

  328. Teresa Thompson says:

    I make healthy meals and we rarely eat out.

  329. we are getting lots of exercise and limiting sweets

  330. We try to stay healthy during the holidays by eating meals on a regular schedule. Thanks

  331. Jill Rivera says:

    We wash our hands and sneeze into our elbow.

  332. Making tasty treats without tons of sugar in them.

  333. I make sure to feed them all of the food groups during our meals, and they take vitamins.

  334. autumn grace says:

    Juice,,Sanitizer,,fruits and more juice,,,,,

  335. Susan Chester says:

    We go outside for fresh air every day.

  336. Stacey A Smith says:

    lot’s of fruit and other good things

  337. Cathy Jarolinm says:

    I always made sure they had their Coats, hats, gloves & scarves on. Their Boots too if it were snowing or snow on the ground..I also gave them a lot of soup..So much easier to control your children when they are young..Lol!

  338. lots of hand washing!

  339. Cutting out the junk food.

  340. Kyl Neusch says:

    giving vitamins

  341. My kids drink orange juice every day for vitamin C and I make sure they wash their hands when the come in from school.

  342. Here in central Florida, staying warm is not a problem. Staying well is… we have been using natural remedies, like essential oils, and practicing good hand washing techniques.

  343. I feed my family the healthiest meals that I possibly can.

  344. Wes Hovorka says:

    I keep them healthy by not eating out a lot.

  345. All of the kids have had their flu shot.

  346. By buying healthier foods.

  347. Jennifer B says:

    have them take vit d supplements and wash hands more

  348. Kristy Thiel says:

    We stress the importance of fruit and vegetables!

  349. kelley Chapman says:

    Getting outside for some fresh air every day

  350. sarahmarie jerome says:

    vitamins n lots of vegs

  351. Carol Mclemore says:

    Keeping them active and not eating a bunch of junk food.

  352. Lots of hand washing, vitamins and fruit juices.

  353. I try to keep very little sweets/sodas in the house. Helps me too.

  354. Carla Pullum says:

    Making vegetable platters and fruit platters for snacks.

  355. I’m making sure my son is taking a multi-vitamin and eating more vegetables daily.

  356. We try to snack on healthy options like fruits and veggies instead of chips or other junk food whenever possible.

  357. by eating lots of fruits and veggies and using antibacterial soap

  358. We are staying healthy by eating right, gettign a flu shot and being happy.

  359. Kathleen Ophelan says:

    Im limiting sugar intake with my kids

  360. Rosie LaVertue says:

    eating fruits and vegetables while staying hydrated with water.

  361. Douglas Houston says:

    Cutting out those sugary sodas

  362. With lots of hand washing and dressing warm.

  363. more fruit and more exercise

  364. My family is keeping healthy by exercising, eating the right foods

  365. we actually didn’t make any sweets this year!! healthy snacks and holiday meals sides

  366. Making sure they eat plenty of veggies

  367. having them wash hands often

  368. Carolyn M. says:

    I give them lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and make sure they wash their hands!

  369. Heather Poindexter says:

    i made fruit santas for them to eat.

  370. Melissa Moore says:

    Probiotics, veggies, and lots of water!

  371. Our daughter is almost a year, and eating pretty much only healthy foods has been a priority that we have been successful in, it even helps us eat healthier. When I say I will not give her that to eat, it makes us think about why we are eating it!

  372. Cameron Anderson says:

    Lots of hand washing reminders and layers.

  373. Jan Roberts says:

    Supplements, a healthy diet, and finally some finger-crossing!

  374. Jen Rodrigues says:

    drinking milk and eating veggies for snacks!!

  375. We are giving our kids vitamins, and trying to eat healthier in the New Year.

  376. Drink lots of water and wash the hands

  377. Trying not bake as many sweets and including healthier choices.

  378. We take vitamins, wash hands frequently and eating healthy fruits and veggies!

  379. Taking multi vitamins every day and continuing to eat healthy.

  380. We is so cute! Also I love subway and your blog! Haha

  381. Becky Richied says:

    I’m not buying any sugar to even be a temptation.

  382. chris mills says:

    i dont have kids…. but if i did i would make the walk all the way down to the subway shop and get ma a sandwich

  383. We are keeping healthy by eating well and getting plenty of sleep.

  384. Jessica Rose says:

    Well, I dont have any kids, but I keep myself healthy by taking vitamins

  385. I keep healthy by staying away from crowds during cold and flu season

  386. Kelly Kannel says:

    We made sure our kids got their flu shots right when they came out.

  387. Rebecca L says:

    Fun activities to get up and move like dancing on a cold rainy day.

  388. yes i can eat on that

  389. christina givens says:

    we enjoy fruit with dinner each night

  390. We all take vitamins.

  391. Jaime Cummings says:

    Eating fruits and veggies and washing hands.

  392. danielle Marie says:

    keep healthy foods around instead of not healthy stuff.

  393. we are going for walks a few afternoons each week

  394. lots of water, and hand-washing in our house! We are trying to eat healthier as well

  395. Sarah Hall says:

    Lots of fresh fruit and fruit juices. Making sure they wash their hands a lot.

  396. im incorporating more fruits and veggies into the kid’s diet and we are exercising more

  397. My kids take Vitamin C during cold/flu season

  398. susan smoaks says:

    i am keeping the kids healthy this holiday season by making sure we get enough rest. we are also eating healthy and exercising too!

  399. Michael W Perkins says:

    Humidifier, & Air Filter Changes

  400. Try healthier foods and keep hydrated

  401. We’re eating lots of fruit and veggies

  402. Debra Sauvageau says:

    Lots of fluids – healthy juices, keeping hands washed, good fruit snacks

  403. Tammi Laney says:

    Make the kids walk 30 minutes a day.

  404. colleen g says:

    My children are grown, I’ve made my mistakes with their diets and now with my great-nephew I enjoy making healthy snacks that are fun to eat and always involve him in the process.

  405. We limit the amount of sweets in the house and make sure we always have fruit!

  406. Rachael G. says:

    Gummy vitamins and walks after dinner!

  407. hilda torres says:

    Lots of fruits and veggies

  408. Danielle Wood says:

    Making sure they wash their hands and lots of vitamin C

  409. Angela Winesburg says:

    We’re keeping healthy by exercising and eating right

  410. Paula Gillespie says:

    I got my daughter a flu shot and I keep her at home as much as possible right now during this horrible flu season. I have her wash her hands often and use hand sanitizer when out and about

  411. Rebecca Lock says:

    I provide lots of fruits and vegetables for them.

  412. I try to make sure my son has oj for my grandsons.

  413. I go to the gym and take my vitamins

  414. Shemp DeYoung says:

    Simple things like no HF corn syrup and 100% fruit juice drinks.

  415. Terry Cross says:

    By eating healthy foods and keeping active

  416. Ellen Harry says:

    multi vitamins, eating fresh fruit and veggies

  417. Brandi Price says:

    Lots of vitamins and hand washing.

  418. We have fruit and veggies every day!

  419. Stephanie Larison says:

    We still walk the dog, and she eats lots of veggies.

  420. krystal wethington says:

    eating fruits and veggies.

  421. Plenty of sleep, lots of water, fruits and veggies and many, many handwashings. Add some chewable vitamins to the mix as well.

  422. Fill them up with healthy goodies before they go anywhere so they are less tempted to gorge on non-healthy goodies.

  423. Nicole Carter says:

    Taking vitamins, flu shots and always bundling up before going outside.

  424. Karen Drake says:

    I am keeping my family healthy this winter by having lots of fresh fruit and veggies available for snacking.

  425. Shea Balentine says:

    We cook our own meals.. no fast food.. drink plenty of water =)

  426. Jennifer Speed says:

    Lots of Vitamin C and vegetables

  427. We are eating more fruits.

  428. Making sure they wash their hands!

  429. I’ve been keeping a lot of good old fashioned soap and water in the mix. I try, when we are out, to make sure everyone wears gloves a lot of the time so hands are not meeting faces.

    I wipe door knobs and light switches a lot, too.

  430. Danielle Hall says:

    got vitamins and oj and just making sure they try not to spread germs around by hand washing etc

  431. We have started taking multivitamins daily.

  432. I have been keeping fruit in my car for when my kids complain they are hungry when we are out.

  433. I encourage my kids to swish their mouth with antiseptic mouth wash after brushing their teeth. It does kill germs

  434. rochelle johnson says:

    we are getting healthier foods and going outside to ride our bikes when the weather will let us.
    we are also doing what we call random dancing, some yells out random dancing and we have to dance for 3 minutes…lol

  435. We are trying to eat right and wash our hands frequently.

  436. I am keeping my daughter healthy with lots of fruits and veggies.

  437. we eat lots of fruits and veggies

  438. Giving them vitamins, fruit, orange juice and water.

  439. Paula Tavernie says:

    They stay healthy by eating lots of fresh fruits and veggies!

  440. Feeding them healthy foods,

  441. farrah williams says:

    I am keeping my kids healthy this season by making sure they take their vitamins, eating fruits and veggies, cutting down their sugar, and making sure they well balanced meals and healthy snacks.

  442. eat more subway

  443. Julie Hawkins says:

    I make sure there are fruit and veggies readily available for snacks

  444. they r kinda old for me to tell them what to eat- i just make sure we have healthy options

  445. amy deeter says:

    eating fruits and vegetables and drinking water

  446. Sarah Marshall says:

    Frequent use of hand sanitizer is a must around here!

  447. Karrie Millheim says:

    Keeping their hands washed and eating good foods

  448. cut down on soda’s and juices and drinking water as well eating more fruits and vegetables

  449. Sky Sparkle says:

    We eat healthy.

  450. Jacqueline Weiskopff says:

    I make sure they are bundled up good before going off to the school bus. Plus, I try to remind them to wash their hands often.

  451. Michelle Fosnaugh says:

    Lots of vitamin C and nutritious food. Also keeping them hydrated with lots of water.

  452. Jill Myrick says:

    We are taking extra vitamin C and Zinc and making sure to wash our hands regularly to keep germs at bay.


  453. Jennifer T says:

    We are eating more veggies!

  454. Karen Matlock says:

    I don’t have little kids anymore but when I get a chance to cook for my grandkids I like to use whole grains, fruits and veggies, organic whenever possible :)

  455. Rich Barr says:

    hiking together

  456. Vicky Bullard says:

    Flu shot and lots of hand washing!

  457. Thanks for the giveaway…we make sure the kids are eating extra fruits & vegetables during the cold & flu season ! …and hand-washing !!!

  458. We use hand sanitizer more frequently.

  459. by giving her a little orange juice in her water for the vitamin c.

  460. We take walks and ride bikes daily to get exercise in.

  461. Lyndsey R. says:

    We just try not to eat too much junk food. If we go to a festival, we try to snack on veggies.

    Lyndsey.rullman at hotmail dot com

  462. Miz Vickik says:

    I’m buying more veggies and organic food!

  463. With the cold weather and rain outside we keep up on exercise indoors by playing Wii sports games as a family!

  464. Scarlett Graham says:

    I keep them washing hands all the time.

  465. Michele C says:

    Making sure my children wash their hands often

  466. Vikki Billings says:

    I keep them healthy by making sure they take their vitamins, drink plenty of fluids and wash their hands a lot.

  467. We have fun jumping on a trampoline

  468. Barbara Long says:

    One way I keep them healthy is by making sure they wash their hands frequently.

  469. heather c says:

    Homecooked meals, limited santa cookies and lots of chores that require trips up and down the stairs.

  470. By giving them lots of fresh fruits.

  471. Trisha McKee says:

    We eat a lot of fruits and vegetables and keep active.

  472. RICHARD HICKS says:

    They are eating hearty healthy meals and healthy snacks like fruits

  473. Buddy Garrett says:

    We practice good hygiene. We wash our hands and wipe surfaces with disinfectants.

  474. We don’t have children. Can I still please enter this giveaway anyway?

  475. lots of veggie trays

  476. Angela Newsome says:

    Lots of hand washing & sanitizing every time we leave the house plus lots of Lysol in the house!!!

  477. By making sure they wash their hands all the time.

  478. Dusty Schnur says:

    My kids take their vitamins daily and eat more fruits in place of candy and baked goods.

  479. Donna Kellogg says:

    My daughter would prefer a tomato before a candy bar so she makes it easy

  480. yes i like to eat ther

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