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Helping Kids Eat Healthy
When we teach children to make healthy food choices at an early age, it not only influences their diet as kids, but also becomes a part of their eating habits as they grow into young adults.
It's not always convenient, but having at least one family meal together, provides an environment for a pleasant time for family conversation and sharing. In this busy lifestyle, few families have this privilege.
Allow the children to take part in the meal planning, menus and food preparations. Let them pack their school lunch occasionally. This not only instills self confidence and self esteem, but allows problem solving and independence. This is what growing up is all about.
Introduce new foods, by letting them help with the grocery shopping. The produce department is a great place to start. Depending on their age, teach them how to select ripe and fresh fruits and vegetables. Let them know about processed and packaged foods, sweet treats, soft drinks and fast foods. The influence of television commercials can be a part of your family's healthy or unhealthy diet. This could be an opportunity to teach the good and the not so good about certain food choices. As they grow and form habits, they will hopefully begin to make their own healthy choices.
Here are a few ideas to make foods healthier. Sneak vegetables into muffins, such as carrots, zucchini, bananas, raisins and nuts. Pancakes are great when adding blueberries or bananas. Finely chop yellow squash into the buttered corn, smash a few well-cooked cauliflower into the mashed potatoes or add chopped red peppers and tomatoes into the Sloppy Joes. Have fun with fruits and veggies by making "ants on a log" with celery, peanut butter and raisins. Make a "smiley face" on a plate with an apple slice for the smile, grape eyes, a strawberry nose, and shredded cheese for the hair. You can do the same with veggies by using a green bean smile, grape tomato eyes, a broccoli nose, cucumber slices for ears and shredded carrots for the hair. Cut sandwiches into fun shapes with cookie cutters, make fruit smoothies or freeze fruit pops.
There are so many healthy alternatives to sugar, food additives and artificially colored snacks. Let the children bake cookies or prepare foods in the kitchen with you. This not only allows more control of the child's diet, but the great opportunity to bond and take interest in each other. That's growing up healthy!