Be prepared with a well-stocked fridge and pantry. So when you’re short of time you still can offer your kids a healthy snack or meal. Fill your food treasury.
About 40% of the calories in a typical child’s diet seem to come from junk food. This doesn’t help kids to grow up healthy. Time to turn the tables, because a body ain’t no bin.
No need to become a chemist. Reading labels is peanuts with these Three Great Shortcuts. In a few seconds you’ll know if you are dealing with food or fake food.
Think global, eat local. Visiting local farmers is a great opportunity to teach kids about our daily food. Where does it come from? How does it grow? What do those cows eat?
Even hardcore carnivores should try a Meatfree Monday. Opting for some extra plant based meals is a perfect chance to discover new tastes and dishes.
Scientific insights suggest children to be perfectly healthy – or even healthier – with low intakes of milk. One glass a day seems to be more than enough.
You don’t have to be filthy rich to eat healthy, just being moderately smart will do. Remember: cheap calories are often bad calories. Opt for fresh, seasonal and local.
A balanced diet certainly helps to prevent obesity. But kids also have to be active at least one hour a day. Limit screen time & move your, uhm… everything.
Needed for heart, brain, eyes and mental health. The secret to a balanced omega-3 intake is not just eating more omega-3, but also eating less omega-6. The right ratio is essential.
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