Tropicana Orange Juice and another $100 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

This is a sponsored post from BlogHer and Tropicana.

Let’s face it, it’s tricky to keep the family healthy ALL the time. We are constantly trying to stay on top of good health whether it’s running around outside, riding bikes or walking through Disneyland…often 🙂  There’s no secret, it’s a challenge, but we try to have fresh fruit and vegetables on hand so we can eat as much as possible. It’s nice when there is so much goodness packed into orange juice like Tropicana, I know my kids are getting their fruit serving just by drinking a big glass of juice!

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Pledge to squeeze more fruits and veggies into your day & Tropicana will
help kids in need. Tropicana will donate one 8-oz glass of orange juice to
the USDA School Breakfast and Summer Food Service programs, up to 184,375
8-oz glasses. Please pledge by going to https://bit.ly/gAU7Eq . Promo will
end 12/31/11.

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1. Leave a comment here telling us, “What do you do to keep your families healthy?”

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385 Responses
  1. Joanne Schultz

    I keep lots of fruits and veggies in the house.
    Sometimes it’s easier to serve foods in a different way if your family doesn’t like them the way they are normally prepared. Cooked spinach- yuk, cooked spinach in cream sauce – double yuk! But put spinach leaves in a salad and that’s ok!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. Francine

    I keep my family healthy by having them eat LOTS of Fruits and Vegetables. I get them to eat their Vegetables by seasoning them with good seasonings and herbs. Sometimes I will add a light cheese sauce to their vegetables. They LOVE Fruit, so it is never a problem to get them to eat it. I also buy Organic and Whole Grain Foods.

    aliaskys (at) yahoo . com
    Thank You! 🙂

  3. Susan Smith

    We talk walks to the park for excercise and I always keep fresh fruits and vegetables in the house for snacking.

  4. Anne

    I try to set a good example by eating healthy myself. I also keep very little junk food in the house, so they don’t have a lot of options.

  5. Betty C

    We made a rule of no more than 2 cookies a day of “store bought” products. When I baked I knew exactly what went into the cookies and could control the nutrition and allowed extra cookies then. Fresh fruit was unlimited and it was hard to keep it in the house because it seemed like someone always had an orange or a banana in their hand. Real juice instead of sodas or “fake juice” tastes better and is so much healthier.

  6. Donna

    I make sure we eat a wide variety of fruits and vegetables and I keep plenty of healthy snack options on hand. I also limit sweets, sodas, fried foods and other junk food. My son has always loved all fruits and veggies so getting him to eat a healthy, varied diet has never been an issue.

  7. sy

    we eat fruits for breakfast and add them to yogurt. we try to cook lots of vegetables with our meals, but need to add lots of seasoning to make them tasty.
    songyueyu at gmail

  8. JanPattersonRN

    This year we’re taking care to grow more of our own veg. And we’ve got a deal with the neighbors to pick their plums in exchange for carting them away [lucky food bank, getting what we can’t use!]

    And we’re all doing better about getting more sleep.

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