Nutrition Kids

Apr 28 05:35 2007 Krishan Bakhru Print This Article

It’s been a busy day, and you’ve only just got back from the office. Your kids are tired, you’re tired, and your partner is tired. You can’t just leave everything as it is and go to sleep though. You have a family to look after, and you need to feed them.

So you go through the fridge in the hopes that you’ll find something that you can feed everyone that’s not too much hassle and that’s nutritious at the same time. A Herculean task really and you should be applauded for finding something that mixes the three things together in one go. What three things? Why,Guest Posting nutrition kids and tasty food of course.

As every parent will testify vehemently there’s almost no easy way to get these three factors to match up time and again. But sometimes you might find that you’ve struck it lucky and have indeed found the right mix to go with nutrition kids and tasty food.

If you have yet to experience this little miracle don’t be disheartened. There are many of us out there who have yet to find the right mix to satisfy these three factors. If we try just good nutrition alone chances are the kids won’t like it, and if try to give them tasty food, the odds are overwhelming that we’ve given in to their little whims and bought them a burger and fries.

The kids can’t help it either. Every time they turn around they’re being bombarded with advertisements for fast food, cola’s, or some other such processed food that is equally bad for them and for your pocketbook. But what can you do, a lone parent, against the giants of the fast food industry who know just what to do to entice your kids away from nutritious food.

Sometimes it’s just not possible and we have to accept that, and get the nutrition into our kids in whatever way that we can. This sometimes entails a little trickery on our part but otherwise how can you ever line up the three main factors that dominate mealtimes – nutrition kids and tasty food.

Since fries is a firm favorite amongst my whole family I get a packet of oven bake fries and cut down on the grease from that. Next I’ll try and go with a little bit of oven baked chicken, but this is where I resort to a little bit of sleight of hand. I bread the chicken myself, I don’t buy the pre-breaded ones, and I add a little bit of extra spices and such to the mix that I know my kids enjoy.

Alternately I buy a pizza base and add my own toppings, thereby controlling the amount of junk food that gets in my kids stomachs and giving them added helpings of vegetables that they’re completely unaware of. That then is my way of tying together healthy mealtimes and bring the factors of nutrition kids and tasty meals into a good balance.

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