|Ms. Harpreet with Diet Dr Clinic team at Navy Children School|
Peer pressure and TV commercials for junk food can influence your kids to great extent.
Switching to a healthy diet can have a profound effect on children’s health, helping to stabilize their energy, sharpen their minds, and even out their moods.
|Healthy Happy Kids at Ardee School|
Healthy eating can help children maintain a healthy weight, avoid certain health problems, stabilize their energy, and sharpen their minds. A healthy diet can also have a profound effect on a child’s sense of mental and emotional wellbeing. Eating well can support a child’s healthy growth and development into adulthood.
|The Winning team at Don Bosco|
It’s important to remember that your kids aren’t born with a craving for French fries and pizza and an aversion to broccoli and carrots. This conditioning happens over time as kids are exposed to more and more unhealthy food choices. However, it is possible to reprogram your children’s food cravings so that they crave healthier foods instead. The sooner you introduce wholesome, nutritious choices into your kids’ diets, the easier they’ll be able to develop a healthy relationship with food that can last them a lifetime.
|A short Talk by Ms. Harpreet Pasricha at |
Shree Damodar College of Commerce & Economics
Here are list of foods that can improve child’s immunity, height, vision and digestion.
- For Sharp Memory: Nuts and seeds (almonds, walnuts, cashew nuts, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds), Fish (salmon, sardines, mackerels), eggs, avocado, berries and virgin coconut oil.
- For Improved Immunity: Ragi, healthy fats (coconut oil, desi ghee), Spices (turmeric), Herbs (tulsi leaves, coriander, mint)
- For Height Boost : Vegetarian (whey water, soya beans, dhals) and Non vegetarian (eggs, chicken and fish)
- For Better Vision: Orange, red and yellow pigmented fruits and vegetables (carrot, pumpkin, watermelon, orange etc) and nuts and seeds (almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, flaxseeds)
- For Strong Bones and teeth: Milk and milk products (paneer, curd, yogurt), green leafy vegetables (spinach, kale, cauliflower), fish (salmon, sardines, mackerels)