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Guide to Encouraging your Kids to Eat Healthy

By Stella Richard

With convenience reigning significance over health, children these days find it a lot easier to pop a frozen dinner into the microwave in comparison to washing a piece of fruit. Everyone knows of the impending harms of consuming commercialized, packaged and processed foods. Vancouver based naturopathy experts are working hard to advocate ideas of consuming fresh foods and instilling healthy eating habits among children and parents alike, with a view to build a healthier and more sustainable tomorrow.

Convincing your children to take a bite of that Brussels sprouts or drinking a glass of milk is quite a challenge. Parents are expected to think out of the box to motivate their kids to integrate healthy eating habits and also enjoy the foods they are consuming. Here are some fun things you can do to encourage healthy eating among your kids –

1. Making Interesting Smoothies –  
Using the blender is a quick and simple way to create a drink that consists of all the vital nutrients. Also, kids love them! You can start by creating drinks that include your child’s favourite fruits which are great to taste and also very nutritious. Once your child has developed the habit of drinking these every day, you can explore a little with different fruits and dark green veggies. Also consider adding nuts, fresh juice and milk for added vitamins and nutrition.

2. Fun Snacks –
Making snack time fun is the best way to take their mind off what they are actually eating. Play pretend games like have a tea party at the royal villa, or make use of fancy plates, knives, forks and cups that your children love. You can find some great games and ideas online on how to make snack time fun!

3. Make Dips –
If you child genuinely detests a particular vegetable or fruit, you can make an interesting dip to go along with it. Adding dips into the plate of your children, is a fun way to add some flavour and it also offers you an added opportunity to integrate nutritious ingredients into a meal.

4. Healthy Dessert Ideas –
If you look up online, you will find some fascinating ideas on how to make desserts using organic and healthy options. Consider making frozen yogurt based preparations with fruits and nuts; ice cream made out of natural flavours, avocados or coconut milk.

Top up fruits like apple with cinnamon and almond butter to add some yummy quotient into the dessert.

5. Adding colour into your dinner –
It is important that every meal that you serve your child is not only healthy but attractive looking. How the dish looks plays an important role in whether or not your child will take the first bite. You can add some visually appealing fruits and vegetables into the salad, or cut the sandwich into fun shapes that your children enjoy!

Talk to other mothers and research online for more interesting ideas on how to make healthy food fun for your children!

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