Get Kids to Eat Healthier: Smart Nutrition Tips for Parents From a Doctor by Dr. Josephine Dlugopolski - Gach

a year ago

Grapes, apples and raisins tend to be the go-to fruits for kids. However, as all parents (and teachers!) know, kids can surprise you! 

Try giving your kids sweet peas, carrots, green beans and other vegetables. The trick is to introduce these foods early and just keep trying. The old adage “if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again” should be our mantra when it comes to feeding our kids.

Other good snack foods include:

What are your go-to healthy snacks for kids?

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Raisins $3 & Up
Pretzels $3 & Up
Dried Fruit $4 & Up
Nuts $4 & Up

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Elisa Schmitz
I never gave up on expanding my kids' palates. I'm so proud that they grew up to be very flexible eaters. Thanks for the tips!
We like to make homemade granola and it makes a great on the go snack.
Ervin Ahbabovic
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