How to Get Your Kids to Try New Vegetables
A challenge for some, but a breeze for others. Getting your kids to eat healthy, wholesome, home-made food is the goal of every parent, but the reality is that more times than you care to admit, your child simply refuses to taste the plate of love you have placed in front of them. What gives?
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Pretty much all Western households have a bottle of ketchup in their fridge. Although it’s a staple condiment, I have never really thought that much about it until I recently went to visit my god-daughter at meal time – there was more ketchup on her plate than anything else! But what I found most interesting was that she would agree to have extra veg because it meant that she could justify having extra ketchup! And apparently, this is quite a normal scenario amongst kids.
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We all know about the 5-a-day rule: five portions of fruit or vegetables a day to keep you healthy and happy. This, of course, applies to children as well.
Juicing or smoothie-ing is a good way to try and get the little ones to take in some vegetables, that they may otherwise refuse to eat (we’ve all met a fussy toddler!). Juices and smoothies with carrot, celery or spinach can be enjoyed successfully when mixed with apple or mango.
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