Get­ting kids to eat healthily

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or other elec­tronic de­vices. So­cially it’s a nice time to catch up and dis­cuss things that you may oth­er­wise not get a chance to.

Lastly, if we’re dis­tracted while eat­ing we can miss the signs our body gives us to in­di­cate it’s sat­is­fied and doesn’t need more food, it is very im­por­tant that chil­dren be­gin to es­tab­lish this con­nec­tion. Stud­ies have shown that we eat more when we are watch­ing TV. Sit­ting down to eat helps to cre­ate healthy eat­ing habits for chil­dren.

there are times for ex­am­ple at birthday par­ties where you eat ‘some­times’ foods.

Va­ri­ety is of­ten key as many peo­ple are sus­cep­ti­ble to what I call ‘food fa­tigue.’ If you present veg­eta­bles in the same way ev­ery­day not only are you po­ten­tially go­ing to get sick of them your fam­ily might too.

In­cor­po­rate high flavour ad­di­tions such as lemon, herbs, gar­lic, olive oil and sea­son well and try dif­fer­ent tech­niques and recipes,

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