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Screen Time and Caffeine

Limit Caffeine IntakeSCREEN TIME
Tuning OUT is good for you and your children! Watching television, playing video games, or using the computer keep us indoors, often mindlessly munching on snacks. Limiting screen time can help us stay physically and mentally active. 60 minutes on weekdays, and up to 2 hours on the weekends should be plenty.

ENERGY DRINKS
Cravings for caffeine and sugar can be a reflection of inadequate sleep, inactivity or boredom. Rather than simply hiding the symptoms, why not take the healthier route? Managing your fitness, sleep and screen time should keep you feeling energetic all day without the need for energy drinks.


yourwellness snack idea:
Mango SmoothieMango Smoothie

Prep Time: 8 minutes
Serves: 1

Ingredients:
1/8 cup pomegranate juice
¼ cup green tea
½ cup frozen mango
*½ tbsp ginger juice
1 ice cube

* Ginger Juice - 1 3” piece of ginger, peeled and grated.

Directions:
Place in a towel and squeeze juice into a blender. Place all ingredients in a blender and puree smooth.