SunButter spreads sunshine of healthy eating, kids and exercise

We’re in the final week of national nutrition month (have you been celebrating?!). We’re also in the first week of spring, meaning summer is just around the corner. You know what that means – more sunshine!

Now’s a perfect time to get yourself (and the kids!) moving.

Speaking of moving, have you heard about Michelle Obama’s campaign? Let’s Move is America’s movement to raise a healthier generation of kids.

And, the first step to healthy moving is healthy fueling. That’s where we come in.

SunButter® is packed with the good stuff like protein, fiber, Vitamin E and iron. And, compared to peanut butter, SunButter leaves out more of the bad stuff like saturated fat and sodium. (And, perhaps most importantly, there’s absolutely no trans fatty acid, peanuts, tree nuts or gluten.)

The Let’s Move website and Facebook page are loaded with helpful tools and tips to get your little ones moving. But who says they should have all the fun? ‘Might as well join ‘em!

Spring showers shouldn’t have to be gloomy. Spread the SunButter sunshine this spring to fuel your fitness. And your future.

Psst! Here are some healthy SunButter recipes to get you started, thanks to our talented and creative blogger friends:

And a bit more indulgent, but still healthy, SunButter snacks:

Finally, a few from our recipe box:

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  • http://www.bluebonnetsandbrownies.com Amber | Bluebonnets & Brownies

    So glad you mentioned Sugarcrafter’s blog! She’s a huge fan of your product. So much so that even though I have no nut allergies, she’s convinced me to go out and get some. I can’t wait, I love sunflower seeds anyway! :)

    • SunButter

      Love to hear it! Thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.myfamilyexercise.com Jeff Wise

    Healthy nutrition is such a huge part of keeping our kids healthy. My family uses raw sunflower seeds as part of our daily snack time. The more nuts and seeds the better instead of processed snacks which are sugary.