How to support our children

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How to support our children

By Mr Ghaz, 4, January 2009

How to support our children

We all aspire to be excellent parents with healthy children. To achieve that you bust be responsive to the physical and the emotional needs of your child.

The parents have the responsibility of ‘correcting’ some of these messages and ideas. Even the nutrition, education and responsibilities given the child have to be adjusted and made appropriate for his age.

Our children need healtheir food

We will learn how to choose food that was healthier for us, and not food that would supposedly assist us to loss weight. During your cooking activities, move away from heavy.

It has been proven that the percentage of weight loss is 80% through an effective diet, and the exercise was only 20% from the weight loss program. For achieving the better healthy technique together with weight loss program planning, will give you in good results. Remember that, it is so regretful of losing all of the extra weight we have for a very short period of time only and put it all back as quickly as you got rid of it.

Eat for pleasure and good health, not for weight loss. Start the day with oats and you won’ t hungry for hours. Eat more fish, chicken, vegetables and salads, and less red meat, pasta, pastry and potatoes. Use a plastics squeeze bottle for olive oil and sauces, it helps you use less.

Use yoghurt instead of cream. Snack on fruit and nuts instead of chocolate and crisps. Steam instead of grill, grill instead of fry, and shallow fry instead of deep fry. Eat foods like pasta and potatoes for launch instead of in the evening. Drink better, drink less, and drink only the evening meal. If you really want something, enjoy it without guilt, and then lighten up the next day.

Our loved of food – Children overweight

What saved us was the very thing that made us and our children overweight in the first place; our loved of food. We just turned it around so that we loved food that was good for us, not bad. As per information gathered from the food’ s nutrition’ s research, it is also proven that far from being restrictive, our new lifestyle forced us to be more creative and natural cook, finding ways of making the food without cream, and crunchy without deep fry.
As obesity rates continue to rise in the world, studies continue to gain in importance. As the child develops, potential helth risks may be prevented through early awareness and lifestyle management.


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