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39 Comments on What I Eat In A Day At The Beach | Easy + Healthy Family Snacks

  1. Good planning!

  2. Clean & Delicious // 20th July 2018 at 3:18 pm // Reply

    Happy Friday! Today I am sharing a sneak peek at the snacks we like to pack for the beach. I would LOVE to hear some of your go-to ideas for a day at the beach down in the comments below! xo – Dani

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  3. CurlyVeggie // 20th July 2018 at 3:21 pm // Reply

    What a great idea for a video Dani!

  4. I;m not a fizzy drinker, but Zevia sounds yummy!! Oh My Danny, that beach snacking/lunch sound sooo good!! Thanks for the amazing ideas and packing organization!!

  5. Hey Dani, do you believe that Stevia is healthy and should be included in our diets? I’ve actually read a lot of studies showing negative effects of stevia and it’s supposed to wreak havoc on gut health :/

    • Clean & Delicious // 20th July 2018 at 3:49 pm // Reply

      As of now, if I want something sweet without turning to sugar, I do like Stevia. I consider it safer than aspartame, saccharin, and sucralose and have seen no compelling evidence that stevia poses a threat to human health. With that being said, do believe we all have to do what feels best for us, and trust our own instincts when it comes to food. There’s just too many things to try to do it all perfectly, all the time (IMO) – hope that helps!

    • I think Stevia is massively overhyped. For starters: The stuff they use in industry made foods is highly processed and has little or nothing to do with the plant it originates from. And it shares the same problem all non-caloric sweeteners have. Pig farmers use non-caloric sweetners to fatten up their pigs. The way this works is thus: The taste of sweet triggers a glycemic reaction; the pankreas pumps out insulin, blood-sugar levels drop, the pig crave food to get their blood-sugar levels back up and eat more (and thus take in more calories) than they would if their food contained actual sugar. This works with humans, too. So people shouldn’t delude themselves into believing “It’s stevia, it has no calories therefore I can nuts with the sweet stuff and eat it by the ton”. In that respect stevia isn’t any better than aspartame, sucralose and other products like them.
      From that perspective I treat Stevia like other non-caloric sweeteners; I wouldn’t go out of my way to include them into my diet, but I’m not avoiding them like the plague either. In moderation they shouldn’t be an issue. I decide on a case by case basis whether I prefer products with sugar or products with non-caloric sweeteners and I include other factors that the glycemic issue into the decision. For example: When it comes to chewing gum or hard candy I prefer variants with non-caloric sweeteners because they’re less damaging to the teeth.

    • Whitney Sanders // 20th July 2018 at 7:01 pm // Reply

      I’m not sure I trust any artificial sweeteners. I do like diet coke though. I think imo what I think what works for me is I try to only drink soda when it is included in the meal

  6. MissTheresaDANCE // 20th July 2018 at 3:49 pm // Reply

    Great picnic ideas! Are these recipes written out anywhere?

  7. ❤️Isn’t Dani the best ever???

  8. Monica G. Thomas // 20th July 2018 at 4:17 pm // Reply

    Great ideas Dani! I will have to try the Zevia.

  9. I love that you get sponsorship opportunities and get to combine them with a video you would normally do regardless! It’s a nice bonus for you, I still get an awesome video, and it doesn’t feel like an ad, but I get some possible products to check out.

  10. Sewingstoryprojects // 20th July 2018 at 4:28 pm // Reply

    Great ideas. Just a little note…..most beaches say No Glass so those awesome containers wouldn’t be allowed 🙂 thanks for the fast easy snacks!

  11. Eating on the beach with crunchy sand. Yuck!!

  12. Veronique Ramirez // 20th July 2018 at 5:10 pm // Reply

    Great tips, Dani!!! The tortillas didn’t look cooked, but the wrap still looked yummy! Mmm. Will be making these soon.

  13. Deborah Mac // 20th July 2018 at 5:36 pm // Reply

    These are all wonderful take along food ideas. Will be making that salmon farro salad today. Although I buy Alaskan Sockeye I thought I read that all canned salmon is wild..just not sure its Alaskan. Any additional info would be appreciated.

  14. Catherine3385 // 20th July 2018 at 5:39 pm // Reply

    We love oranges at the beach!
    Next beach day, I am bringing the turkey roll ups
    Also, we freeze water bottles the night before, then you have cold water to drink and they become the ‘ice packs’

  15. Melody Williams // 20th July 2018 at 5:41 pm // Reply

    This looks delicious! Gotta try canned salmon!

  16. Debbie Linsalato // 20th July 2018 at 5:53 pm // Reply

    Looks delicious, going to make all of them when we go camping. Thanks for sharing.

  17. Fun video. Now if I just had a beach I would be in business lol. I agree with your approach to children nutrition. Encourage healthy eating and draw the line at the worst thing being soda pop but let kids have fun as well, it’s their time to enjoy life, if you are a nutrition nazi towards them it can make them resent healthy eating later in life. Love your videos.

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