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Sunday, 19 May 2019

healthy habits for children

Healthy habits for               children⇩

Aside from thinking about nutrition, it is often the case that just having a delicious dinner table for your family is always a hassle. I wonder if my child 's diet is too much, is it supposed to teach me not to leave food, is it hungry at school, is calcium or iron, or lacks essential nutrients ? ',' Are you eating healthy food now? ' Questions such as preparing for after-school physical education, looking for "nice" birthday presents, or asking questions about homework often lead to a lower priority. Nevertheless, occasionally stepping back and looking at the big picture will eventually help your child. Parents are stuck with healthy food for their children because they want their children to be healthy and healthy while maintaining a good physical condition. However, the greater purpose of educating your child is to go out into society and teach them how to make the right decisions themselves. You can grow healthy adults by planting healthy eating habits for your children.

  • Have an adventure

One of the greatest gifts parents can give their children is the adventure of exploring food. Develop your food so that your child can enjoy a variety of tastes without being confined to sugar, fat, or salt. People who eat a variety of foods are more likely to absorb the nutrients they need. Keep in mind that you will have to touch the food more than ten times before your child likes certain foods. So you should try and give up.
One way is to say that every time a child tries a new food, it is evidence that he is becoming an adult. If your child tries a new dish, please praise it. Alternatively, you can take your children with you when you are in the field and give them a chance to sample. Children will eat without any food if they create a fun and exciting atmosphere. Accompany your child and go to the grocery store to help them choose healthy food. If you put it on the table like your favorite food, you are likely to like new foods. Also, do not hesitate to recommend 'exotic' foods to your children who only find familiar foods.

  • Eat more than five colored foods a day

The brilliant colors of fruits and vegetables come from natural ingredients that are beneficial to our bodies. Because each color has different efficacy, it is recommended to eat various colors of food every day. If your child likes only 'red' tomato sauce, you need to fix your eating habits.
Fostering herbs and vegetables at home can help you have fun and educate your children
 about where food comes from. If your home has fruit trees, vegetable fields, or even a few
carrots or eat tomatoes during the meal. However, if your child has picked carrots directly,
 pulled out the beans from the pods, or watched the tomatoes grow and bear fruit, it is likely
 that they will take them to their mouths. Perhaps your child will say that the vegetables he 
harvested in his field feel much more delicious.

  •  Drink plenty of water

Have your children take one or two bottles of cool drinking water and instruct them to drink wherever they go. Set the rules so that you can only drink water during mealtimes, and make the rule that juice or sugar-containing beverages are "occasional" rather than "daily". Juices contain enormous amounts of important nutrients and provide enriched energy to growing children who are active, but when thirsty they should be taught to drink water first, not sweetened drinks. Explain to your child why we need enough water to promote growth, play, and learning. Show your children what they can understand by comparing sponges soaked with water and spongy ones. A lack of moisture in the child's body and brain can lead to symptoms such as headaches, muscle spasms, and helplessness.

  •  Must eat breakfast

If you do not take the habit of eating breakfast in a healthy way since you are young, you may pass through adolescence and become an adult, and it is easy to get breakfast. Late night snacks, hangover due to previous day 's binge, overtime, etc. May make it easy to get a morning coffee with a cup of coffee and go to work or backpacking. But educate your children that filling a boat in the morning with a banana and a glass of milk can start the day vigorously and that you can spend a day full of health, happiness and vitality all day.

  • Listen to five times.

'If you do not eat dinner, there is no ice cream.' Parents who are worried about their children eating properly and full often ignore these natural physiological phenomena, although children take abilities to put their spoonfuls on their own when they sing. However, if your child says you are hungry and you are allowed to finish your meal, it may take less than an hour for your child to ask for a snack or to have breakfast at 5 am. I asked my child to listen to what she was hungry for, and asked if she had enough food and quality. Do you think that eating more of these cookies will result in stomach pains? " The purpose of this training is to make your child aware of the many causes of food temptation, even though they are not hungry. 'Do you just have to buy food just because you go to a movie theater or go past the food court in the mall?' 'Are you really hungry?' Be aware of your 'fullness' by training your child to judge when to let go of the spoon.

  • Eat slowly

A slow eating habit is a good way to teach your child that it will help you to control your weight in the present and future, and it will take about 20 minutes for your stomach to reach your brain. As a parent, it is hoped that the meal will end in a few minutes rather than hours, but it is even more important to slow down and chew the food properly. Encourage your child to eat food while enjoying the taste, and develop a habit of sitting at the table when the child is eating. When you eat, it is advisable to let your family eat as much as possible. When your family has a conversation during a meal, you can have a good time.

  •  Enjoy cooking

When you learn how to cook, you are likely to acquire adventurous wise eating habits. If you put your apron in your child and do a simple errand in the kitchen, you will be able to double the pleasure of cooking. It is also a good idea to present a cookbook to stimulate your child's interest and have them prepare dinner once a week as they grow up and gain confidence.

  • Meals are served at the table

People have time to play, work time, break time, and eating time. However, "eating time" is too much to be pushed into the backstroke. We eat dinner in front of the TV, skip lunch on the desk, and have a snack while on the move. Teach your child to focus on food during meal times. This means eating at the table in front of the table while the attention is not scattered elsewhere. This not only reduces snacks, but it also teaches social skills such as eating manners, how to use spoons, and how to keep other people talking.

  •  Choose a healthy snack

Perhaps you have had a chance to see your child say "there is nothing to eat" after having looked into a refrigerator or cupboard filled with food for a long time. Nowadays, when children get out, the act of picking up sweets is so natural that the cupboard may be filled with these foods. However, these types of snacks have fewer nutrients, and calories are often higher. Prepare healthy snacks such as fruit, nuts, and yogurt instead of these foods. Also, do not forget to give your child one dose in advance so that your child can gauge the proper intake.

  • Exercise constantly

Regular exercise in the form of group sports or free play is an important habit to learn for your child. Exercise maintains proper body shape, forms a strong skeleton, muscles, consumes calories, and produces healthy weight. TV, computers, video games, and traffic in modern society make your child sit in the chair for a long time without being able to play. In today's society where there is more time to sit, it is more important to get into the habit of moving your body to your children. Bike with your child, walk to school or shop every time, reduce the time spent on TV and computers, enjoy skating, swimming, climbing, or go to the neighborhood park and play with your child.

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