Healthy Eating Tips for Children

Maintaining the perfect health of your children is always challenging work. It can be maintained only when the healthy eating habit is developed inside your child. Growth & development is necessary for your child from an early stage of life. Kids need to be educated on the importance of healthy eating. When they are they are educated on this matter, you stand a better chance of having healthy and vibrant kids than those who do not.

It is necessary to give proper time for health & fitness of your child. They should be given time for outdoor gaming activities because playing outdoor games will both keep them healthy and fit. You can make them a health and fitness plan and encourage them to follow it by participating too once in a while. The health & fitness routine will help your children to get rid of mental pressure & will help them to deal with puberty anxiety in an easy way so as to avoid stress.

During the age between 5 to 10 years, children need lots of nutrients, & micronutrients as their body & brain develop within that time frame. A variety of fruits and vegetables, vitamin tablets, less on fatty foods, lots of calcium for growing bones, cereals, dairy products, whole wheat bread, no soda but 100% juice, lean meat, and fish are a good foundation. Unhealthy food from an early age of your child, give young children a bad habit for eating unhealthy food which they carry into their teens and twenties. Due to malnutrition, they lose the ability of fighting power with micro organism & several types of diseases may occur.

It is the first duty of every parent to make a healthy diet chart for your child, & develop healthy eating habits in your child so that he can follow the diet chart. Breakfast is an essential part of the diet chart of a child. Start your children's day with a healthy breakfast. Use plenty of carbohydrates like cereal with semi-skimmed milk, toast or bread with lean meats and fruit or yoghurt. A healthy breakfast gives proper energy to your child. They should take plenty of fruits & vegetables with a meal. Carbohydrate foods like cereals, rice, pasta, potatoes and bread provide at least half the calories of energy that the body requires. Also, it should be included in every Child's meal.

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