Healthy Eating For Toddlers

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A healthy outside starts from the inside

Whether you have teens or toddlers, getting them to eat healthy or at all, is a struggle.

Kids of all ages can be picky eaters. Turning their noses up to all the things that may signal their brain that it could be good for them. Funny how that works huh?

Well, I have had my fair share of struggles with this topic and i’m here to give you a few tips that may help you keep your sanity and give your child more healthy options they may actually like.

Give A Variety Of Choices

Toddlers, in particular, can be stubborn and like to try and make their own decisions. So when it comes to food don’t be surprised that they don’t act any different. Giving options of healthy snacks can make them feel like they are the ones actually making the decision. Along with giving the options, also give them space to eat and do by themselves. We use Munchkin snack catchers for easy ‘do it yourself’ eating. They are amazing and keep the mess to a minimum!

Lead By Example

If you want your child to eat healthy, but you are chowing down on cookies and fried food, then they may not take you seriously. Kids look up to older siblings and adults, so showing that you yourself have healthy eating habits, will set the right example.

Get Them Involved

Kids love helping out! What better way to let them help than with cooking their own food. Giving kids small tasks like mixing an ingredient in a bowl or using a slat shaker, can really get them excited about the food they will eat. My son also loves to help me load things in the cart at the grocery and pick out certain items for dinner. When we get home he is eager to help cook and more likely to eat since he had a hand in it.



Healthy Snack Options

Nature’s Bakery Fig Bars – Made with wholesome and natural ingredients, our delicious soft-baked baked bars are filled with real fruit for an on-the-go snack that satisfies. Perfectly portioned in two bars, our twin-packs don’t melt, crumble or break–they’re the daily snack companion you can rely on to be there when you need them most.

Bare Natural Apple Chips – a healthy alternative to potato chips. Simple ingredients without the added sugar or preservatives.

Nature’s Garden Organic Trail MixThe best energy solutions are found in natural dried fruits and nuts. Protein and complex sugars help fuel your activity while nourishing your body. An easy on the go snack that provides energy. It’s a win-win!

Remember, healthy eating for children starts with you. Help your child to learn and accept healthy eating habits by trying some of the above tips. In time you will find they may like a lot more healthy foods than they thought they did. And don’t worry if it’s a struggle at first, this is normal. Sometimes kids genuinely don’t like something, and that’s ok, at-least they are having the options to try them out.

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