Welcome back to the Raising Healthy Families Series!
We hope you’ve enjoyed joining us each Friday as we’ve shared different ways to keep your family healthy and vibrant in a not-so-healthy world! Be sure to join us next Friday for our final post in this series from Kelly at The Nourishing Home, as she shares delicious, real food frozen treats that your family can enjoy all summer long.
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Getting a child to eat vegetables can be a monumental task; we all know that many kids balk at vegetables. Moms therefore try to find ways to “hide” vegetables in meals and casseroles, hoping their children do not notice the “green and orange stuff” hidden within their food. They whisper to their older children that they “better not say the word ‘vegetable’ or their younger siblings won’t eat supper!” My girls eat vegetables every day. I’m not talking about vegetables hidden in food; I’m talking about fresh, raw, healthy vegetables! My girls cheer when they see I’m chopping up a plate of celery, carrots and green pepper!
Hop on over to Jill’s Home Remedies for fun and practical tips on teaching your own kids to eat more vegetables!
Note: This series is designed as a fun and informative compilation to help you and your family thrive. Each post is the opinion of that particular blogger, not necessarily mine or Positively Real Media’s.
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