Saturday, January 3, 2015

Fun Freetime: Rounded Plate

Disclosure: I received complimentary products to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.

Many families make choices for healthier habits in the new year, and there's a new game that helps families make healthier nutrition choices. Rounded Plate is a 21-day program that teaches kids to choose healthy foods and track their daily eating habits in a fun and interactive way. It was created by Rachel Pollard, a mother of three who simply wanted to create a fun way for her kids to make healthy eating choices, resulting in healthier, lifelong habits.

It takes time to make habits stick, and Rounded Plate works on making the habit-forming process fun and friendly competition. It focuses on adding healthy foods, and provides tracking tools, information, and incentives. There's an easy visual scoreboard that even younger kids can fill out on their own. For a limited time, Rounded Plate will be giving customers a $15 gift card to a grocery store of their choosing once they have completed the program.  
“Before creating Rounded Plate, I remember feeling bogged down by all of the food I was trying NOT to feed my kids,” said Pollard. “I created the program to empower my kids to make better food choices, and as a way to avoid the nagging and power struggles by giving them the responsibility to choose healthy food on their own.”
It was a fun way to get my kids to eat more - they even beat their father several days, which really made them feel good! My five-year-old had no problem filling out her own scorecard, and even though my kids already had pretty healthy habits, this was a good way to keep them going through the holidays, which are traditionally a hard time to eat healthy.
About Rounded Plate
Rounded Plate was founded in 2014 by Rachel Pollard, a mother of three who wanted her kids to eat healthier. The 21-day program uses daily food tracking charts and food information guides to encourage kids to make healthy eating choices which will develop into lifelong healthy habits. All nutritional information is intended for educational purposes only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatment, it is not a substitute for a medical exam, and it does not replace the need for services provided by medical professionals. This fun program is designed to encourage healthy eating habits as a family, and engage ages 4 and up. For more information, visit
Socialize with the Rounded Plate

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