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Juicing With Kids

Keeping kids healthy and full of nutrient-rich foods is just as important as keeping yourself healthy. At Reboot, we believe a child's body needs nutrition, not just food. Childhood obesity is on the rise in part because children are surrounded by and encouraged to eat too many processed and fast foods instead of fruits, vegetables and other whole foods. We need to expose healthy foods to young children and get them excited about consuming more fruits and vegetables. Learn more about healthy eating for kids here.

Juice & Smoothies for Kids. Juices and smoothies are a great way to get your kids to consume more fruits and vegetables. Create a fun name and let your kids help run the blender. Some of our kid tested and approved favorites that will have them drinking their greens: Green Monster Smoothie, Fruity Pebbles Smoothie, Elf Juice (or call it Dinosaur juice). See more tips for juicing with kids.


After School Snacks. Schools are making upgrades to their food options by eliminating processed junk foods in vending machines and passing on sodas loaded with sugars, so why not do the same for your kids when they get home? Our weekly ‘After School Snack’  recipes will sustain your child’s appetite until dinner the healthy way. Try the Apple Bagels and Carrot-Squash Muffins and wash them down with a Kukie Kooler Smoothie. And yes, you can enjoy them, too.

Family Recipes. In our Recipes section you will find kid-friendly recipes that will delight the whole family.  From ‘Smart Sweet’ dessert recipes to colorful and delicious juice and smoothie recipes, we have recipes for your kids to enjoy. Fulfill their inevitable sweet tooth the healthy way with our No-Bake Chocolate Chip Cookies that are easy-to-make for little hands and full of nutrients.

Blog Posts


7 Healthy Swaps to Make on Halloween

Posted on10/31/14

Written by Jamie Schneider

There is no harm in letting your kids (and you, and me) enjoy a few pieces of candy here and there on this fun holiday. But when I am hosting a Halloween party or bringing something to a friend's house, it's always fun to show a little {healthy} creativity. Why not make a treat that resembles one of your favorite candies but is made with much healthier ingredients that taste just as delicious? Here are 7 of my favorite healthy dessert recipes to give you some ideas to bring to one of your Halloween parties this weekend.

Blueberry & Mango Jellies

4-Ingredient Blueberry & Mango Jellies

Posted on10/30/14

Written by Claire Georgiou, Reboot Naturopath, B.HSc ND

Pass on the processed gummy/jelly candies and make your own with only four ingredients!