Meal Planning for Kids

Feeding kids can become a challenge, but there are a couple of key factors that can help you simplify your day-to-day menu:

1. Kids don’t require a huge amount of variety – remember that you get bored with their food before they do.

2. Every meal and snack should have a balanced amount of protein (chicken, fish, meat, nuts, eggs, etc) with carbohydrates (fruits and vegetables), and good quality fats (olive, coconut, or flax-seed oils).

3. Processed foods are all of those foods found in the center aisle of the grocery store, they are packaged and have been processed to change their original composition (ie, cookies, crackers, pasta, etc).

4. If your kids are not veggie eaters give them some fruit, they will come around in time, but if you fill them up on processed foods it may take longer to get them to eat the fresh stuff.

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In Peace, Love, and Health, Adita

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