Parenting: Keeping your Kids Healthy
Let kids enjoy healthy snacks with fun taste by introducing them vegetables and fruit flavors. Meal substitution is the key to keep them interested in consuming healthy foods. Processed food and junk foods with food coloring, additives, loaded with sugar are cancer-causing food, that also lead to obesity, diabetis and all other diseases.
Consider planning your kid’s everyday snacks with healthy ingredients. Be a role model, practice what you preach. By spending time with them you also feed them mentally with the right food choices. Bring them to grocery with you so they can choose what they like and educate them with healthy alternatives. Be adventurous when preparing snacks, kids are visually inclined with colors and characters.
Telling stories about love ones or friends who got previously sick because of the lifestyle and wrong food intakes will somehow make them realized the effect baf eating habits.
Pinpoint the goods being presented from the advertisement and what marketing is all about.
Vegetable meals doesn’t need to be boring and bland. Kids love flavors, make sure to bring in herbs and spices. Also allow them to help in the kitchen and cooking prep. This activity will get them excited to eat the dish they prepared.
Try to grow backyard plants, organic food are the best to keep our family’s whole being in good condition thud prevention is the sole key to a healthy and longer life.
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