You have been slowly introducing foods to your baby. But citrus has you puzzled and concerned. You want to share an orange, water with lemon, or perhaps a bite of your grandmother's delicious key lime pie with your baby. Surely you want your little one to appreciate these treats as much as you do. But when is it safe for your baby to have citrus?
The question is what makes a healthy and balanced diet for kids and how to make children stick to it. Now is the perfect time to teach your kids the value of healthy eating and how to emjoy a variety of foods.
With all of the junk foods out there today, getting kids to eat healthy can be a trick. In fact, many kids associate the term “healthy food” with something yucky. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t change your kids’ minds about healthy foods and get them to enjoy eating healthy. Below are some tips to help you out.
Kids seem to be always hungry. True, children need to eat little and often; little because they don’t have much room to sink the food in, often because they are still growing and their need for energy is higher, compared to their weight, than a grown up person. Besides, healthy kids are active and that increases their energy needs.
Kids Recipes, the Internet website focused in healthy eating for kids, has launched a new book featuring food recipes for kids and the whole family with a southern flavor. Favorite Southern Recipes for Kids is a set of thirty soul recipes for kids that offers a perfect mix of healthy food options and all time favorites.
Kids Recipes launched Healthy Cooking, a new report including plenty of ideas to eat well, cook well and stay healthy.
Kids Recipes launches Healthy Eating Secrets for Mothers, a book with solid resources and information mothers can use to successfully change and adapt their eating habits for the better .