Today Kidz Venture would like to share healthy food tips that help children concentrate and learn. While healthy eating changes are not always easy to make, you can encourage your child by including them in the preparation of their own lunch. They might like to make a list of the foods they enjoy after which you can tell them the benefits of healthy nutrition and the affect it has on the body. Most importantly, praise your child when he or she chooses healthy foods for their lunch box and returns home with it empty.
8 Tips for Your Child's Lunch Box
Slowing the pace to at least 30 seconds from start-of-bite to start-of-bite gives the body a chance to send and receive fullness signals after eating just the right amount.
Ask "Who's your mama?"
Your fridge and pantry are full of props for playing "Who's your mama?" Take turns choosing food items and asking where they come from. Apples come from trees. Milk comes from cows. Carrots grow in the ground. If it's got a simple family tree, it's real food. But if you choose something that uses ingredients like dextrose, gelatin, calcium carbonate, Blue 1 and Red 40, then the answer is "factory."
Keep your kids going all day long with these healthy lunch box ideas. From rice-cakes, to muffins and sultana snacks, and from sultana snacks to Bert and Ernie inspirations, we’ve got you covered. Try making these fun food recipes with your child and include them in the process. Watch with awe at how they participate and take on board the healthy food knowledge you share with them. Bon appetit.
In conclusion, kids who learn that food is both fun and nutritious are likely to adopt healthy eating habits quite young that will last them through their childhood. As part of normal play, identifying and categorizing food items can be the source of many games and quizzes. All you need is a bit of imagination to set the process in motion.
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