Your stomach is not a trash can.
Advertisements and peer pressure tempt the whole family to binge on an unhealthy diet, at least occasionally. There are scientific explanations to why we are addicted to junk food and why they are not good for us. Fast foods and processed foods are becoming staples in many households. You need to understand the impact of these on the nutrition of growing children. It’s important to rule out from your diet foods that contribute zero nutrition.
Recent controversies and information that bombard the Internet regarding processed and instant foods should make you afraid. Instead of stressing, use this as a launchpad for healthy food choices.
The food that you eat during your pregnancy conditions your child’s eating habits from the womb. The choice of good or bad food is made in the foetus. Your children need to be aware of the dangers of junk food consumption. “Teach them the different components of a balanced meal and leave it to them to decide which items they want. The catch? Give them only healthy options! It may not work to give them a choice on a daily basis — get them involved in planning a weekly menu so that you can shop accordingly,” says Smitha Suresh, parentcircle.com
This ClipBook is not just for your child. It is for your whole family. The family as a whole needs to make a decision to discipline itself to create wellness habits, starting with food.
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NY Times investigative reporter Michael Moss writes about the extraordinary science behind taste and addiction to junk foods.
To look at the impacts of non-nutritive food consumption on health especially in children, we need to begin by looking at pregnancy itself – that’s where a lifetime of good or bad health is created for a foetus.
With fast foods and processed foods becoming a way of life, learn to recognize what is healthy and understand the impact of eating choices on the child’s health
Continuing to look at eating habits - 'WHY' would probably be the most profound question you could ask yourself.
This post isn't just for you but for your entire family. Research shows that when everyone is on board, it is easier to create wellness habits that last a lifetime.
Has the recent controversy surrounding a leading brand of noodles shaken you up? Stop worrying, instead use this opportunity to get junk food off your kitchen shelves.