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Jennifer Lowrie is a registered dietitian/nutritionist, as well as the mom of four school-age kids. Her advice for feeding a family amid stay-at-home orders: Plan ahead, but also cut yourself some slack. Fewer grocery store trips require forethought, flexibility and maybe putting weight-loss goals on hold. It could also be an opportunity to teach your kids skills that make them more self-sufficient. Here are Lowrie’s tips for making the best of stay-at-home orders from a meal-planning view:
(Rick Bonnell, Charlotte Observer)
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