Vegetables are super foods. Just to name a few: kale, arugula, spinach, lettuce, swiss chard, collard greens, etc. Leafy greens are complete of natural vitamins, minerals (such as potassium, iron and calcium) and disease-fighting components. They are rich in fibers that helps keep you complete more time. Also, leafy greens contain a lot of water so you can stay hydrated. And they promote a proper and balanced skin and hair. Some of leafy greens, like kale, are loaded with Vitamin C that help to keep your bones and tooth powerful. You would like your kids to eat more greens. But feeding picky people, you don’t even know where to begin. You’ve tried and it did not go well. Your kid doesn’t even want to try a chew. So how do you get your kids consuming more greens?
First of all, kid’s palettes are more delicate to textures and tastes. It requires them more time to create a taste for something. Health professionals recommend to moms about the significance of revealing kids to lots of different tastes. They say it conditions them to accept to a wide range of more healthy food. They recommend mother and father to try and try again, as research has shown that it can take as many as 10 to 15 tastes before a kid learns to appreciate a new flavor. But our first taste encounters happen even before we are able to eat food. Babies are revealed to tastes through breasts milk, which reflects the tastes of food, beverages or spices in a mother’s diet. So if you are expecting a baby right now, try to eat a wide range of vegetables and fruits. Patience is a key here. Sometimes they need to try it couple of times before they begin liking it. You want to present greens to them as early as you can. Don’t give up after your first try.