3. Rice Crispy Treats
4. Nutritional Bars
5. Apple Sauce
But I've also seen her give them cereal (lucky charms) and chocolate chip cookies. So I got some things to replace that stuff and everything that I got is gluten and dairy free. I'm not sure why I chose to stay away from gluten. I'm wondering if maybe gluten and dairy are bad for hyper kids.
It was a step in the right direction. It is better for him to eat "organic" versions than the ones with high fructose corn syrup. But, even after today's adventure to the organic snack section, I'm not feeling like this is the best solution. I'm still uncomfortable with these non-expiring snack products that are created off in some factory, then put in little foil packages. It is so WEIRD how they don't go bad for months to years. I think that I am going to do another switch out with something else once we eat through these items. I'm going to have to do some more soul searching to find something better. I was thinking that something completely free of grains (hunter gatherer style) would be best. But that leaves only dried fruit and nuts, I think. Dried fruit is bad for your teeth, and nuts are bad for your intestinal bacteria unless they have been properly soaked... But, maybe they are still better options than cookies. damn it's so confusing! Maybe because nothing should be absolute, and everything is bad in excess. It is all about moderation. Wish me luck.