Dadhacks For Healthy Eating
Every parent knows, getting kids to eat healthy meals can be a bit like Jamie Lannister charging a dragon on horseback. Ram-raiding broccoli on the end of your lance is often met with a blistering inferno of refusal. It’s a fools errand and probably, one that will consequently leave at least one of you scorched horribly.
The problem with healthy food, from a kid’s perspective, is that it tastes and looks horrible. In some cases, they’re probably right. I’m looking at you, green peas and brussell sprouts.
Well, thank heavens for Whole Kids who’ve created an entire range of healthy options for kids. An Australian-owned, organic food company created by a real Mum and Dad who believe in unjunking our food and our lives. They choose the finest organic ingredients to make the yummiest and healthiest foods for your kids. Therefore, no artificial stuff, no funny numbers and definitely, no junk. Just real food made by real people.
Give ALL Kids The Very Best Start in Life
We all want our kids to get the best start in life that we can possibly offer them. We want them all to be healthy and happy, with energy to play and learn. And as lucky as our kids are to have access to such a healthy lifestyle, a lot of kids in the developing world are not as lucky. In Cambodia alone, 40% of kids under 5 years old are chronically malnourished.
But thankfully, Whole Kids has teamed up with Plan International to announce a life-changing community partnership to deliver 500,000 healthy meals to Cambodian children. After all, a nutritious start to the day can often mean the difference between staying in school or dropping out.
Also, a portion from every sale of every Whole Kids product provides a nourishing brekkie of rice, veggies and protein for the kids in Cambodia. So, that makes a world of difference.
So, if you’re looking for tasty and healthy options for your kids and want to make a world of difference, look for the Whole Kids label.
If you’re looking for tips, here’s my best 3 Dadhacks for getting kids to eat healthy meals. What hacks have you tried?