BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — It’s not just a good breakfast that gets kids through the day. They need to finish strong with a healthy dinner, too.
And it’s not always easy to make sure dinner’s made every night. For some healthy options, Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus’ Director of Health and Well-Being, Beth Machnica, joined us.
See what she shared in the video above.
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