food-ice-creamAs we further try to commit to those New Year’s resolutions (it’s still January, right?!), eating healthy always seems to top the list. But sometimes, in our effort to adopt healthy eating habits, we easily fall victim to deceptive advertising and branding. This article highlights the problem with sugars, and where they might be sneaking into your diet. Who knew that sushi rice got its sticky nature from added sugar? In addition to highlighting 10 troublesome foods, it recommends healthy alternatives. For instance, it suggests homemade brown rice sushi or Sashimi as a safer option. So, avoid that sugar high in your little ones and make that resolution a bit easier to stick to with these great tips!

Marie Occhiogrosso, Guest Blogger for Elementary Connections