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Guess which is the most com­pe­tent gen­er­a­tion of par­ents when it comes to aware­ness? A sur­vey by US tech com­pany Win­nie sug­gests it is the mil­len­nial par­ents who make up for 90% of all new par­ents, are evolved, smarter and given the in­for­ma­tion and in­ter­net era far more ex­posed com­pared to their own par­ents.

Ambitious, well-ed­u­cated and well-in­formed, mil­len­nial par­ents fo­cus on the over­all de­vel­op­ment and well-be­ing of their chil­dren in a more con­scious and aware style of holis­tic up­bring­ing. With more re­sources at hand, these par­ents are aware of what works and what does not. Ex­perts list top three health in­ter­ven­tions most mil­len­nial par­ents are fol­low­ing to­day.

For the mil­len­nial, the re­verse trend of re­al­is­ing the health value of home cooked meals is an im­por­tant as­pect of their daily life.

Mil­len­nial par­ents will sur­prise you with their knowl­edge on what all goes into what they are feed­ing kids.

There is no re­place­ment to the health of chil­dren than ac­tive play. Mil­len­nial par­ents are con­sciously, in­clud­ing sports in their chil­dren’s lives. Keep­ing kids hy­drated with wa­ter and healthy drinks like juice and lemon wa­ter are es­sen­tial.

Eco-friendly kitchens: Healthy eat­ing: Ac­tive and hy­drated:

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