Teaching kids to eat well can be tricky. You don’t want to give them more facts than they can grasp or turn every meal into a lecture. But wait too long and they could pick up unhealthy habits in the meantime.
Parents can Teaching kids to eat well across by talking with them about the food they put in their bodies, why it matters, and how they can learn to make the healthiest choices.
Many may ask how do you explain healthy eating to a child?
Here are the most important lessons I’ve learned, which should help you guide your kids to eat better.
Do not use hot spices in cooking:
Seasonings cause heartburn and irritate the lining of the baby’s stomach.
Each new product for a child should be introduced in small quantities, gradually increasing it:
This rule is necessary to notice how the child’s body reacts to the product.
The child’s diet should include as much as possible more varied dishes and introduce him to different tastes.
- For breakfast: preference should be given to porridge or casseroles, as they are easy to digest.
- For lunch: the child should eat soups, and for the second – meat or fish with a side dish.
- For dinner: you can offer your child easily digestible vegetables so as not to overload his body.
The child’s diet must include fruits, dairy products, juices, etc…
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