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            How to Get Kids to Eat Fruits & Vegetables

            Lunch and dinner can be stressful for parents, especially when your little one is not a big fan of vegetables. In this video, I will be sharing tips on how to help your child eat vegetables at 北京体彩网官方网站. These tips have been tried and tested by myself (with my own children) and countless people I know. It really helped them and I hope it will help you too!

            Talking Points

            If you’ve ever tried cooking for a picky eater before, you know just how hard it can be to get them to eat their veggies.

            • Hide veggies – One of my favorite methods!
              If your child refuses to eat veggies – hide them in smoothies – for veggies like broccoli, carrots, cauliflowers, I suggest you steam them first to get a smoother texture. If your kid is a bit weary of the color of the smoothie, get a cup so you can’t see through. A small amount of sweetener may help too! Don’t hesitate to add dates, maple syrup or honey.
            • Incorporate veggies into your child’s favorite desserts! Black beans, avocado, sweet potatoes are great for this!
            • Talk about the benefits of eating veggies from your child’s perspective. Children see the world differently and have different values from adults. The reality is that arguments about how vegetables are healthy won’t get far with little kids. Instead, try encouraging your kids with statements like “vegetables help you to grow strong muscles”, “vegetables help you get as strong as superman” instead of “it’s healthy.” Knowing a certain food can help them grow might entice kids to try some new veggies.
            • Enforce the “one bite rule”
              Research consistently shows that children who have initially rejected a food must be exposed to it at least 8-10 times for the food to be accepted. Many parents have had success with the “one bite rule,” requiring the child to try at least one solid mouthful of a rejected food whenever it is served. After enough exposures, the food will be more familiar to the child and usually, they begin to rate it more favorably.
            • Last but not least, don’t force your child to eat veggies, they will eat veggies soon or later, promise – fighting and punishments create a negative meal experience, and the child will learn to associate food with the bad feelings. Negative food experiences have the opposite of the desired effect and actually increase picky eating tendencies. Require one bite, but try not to start a fight.

            The following transcript is auto-generated from Youtube

            hello everyone my name is Aurore Robinot
            nursery manager here at child’s play
            nursery which is part of kings education
            group for more educational video please
            subscribe and comment below today I’m
            going to talk to you about how to help
            your child eat vegetables and I know how
            stressful it can be for parents and and
            I’m one of those parents my daughter
            refuses to eat vegetables and I came up
            with techniques that actually work and
            that’s what I’m gonna share with you
            today my number one tip is to talk about
            the benefits of eating vegetables from
            your child’s perspective say to your
            child that vegetables are healthy is not
            a concept that children understand and I
            would suggest that you say to your child
            instead vegetables make you strong
            vegetable makes you a minister it’s
            strong like Superman something that no
            they like and I can assure you this will
            entice your child to eat vegetables
            second tip never stop offering
            vegetables to your child research has
            shown that in order for a child to
            accept new food you would have to offer
            it between eight to ten times in order
            for him to accept it when I say accept
            it is not necessarily eating it but he’s
            try it so don’t worry
            keep trying never stop and I can assure
            you that at some point your child will
            eat his veggies ok another tip that
            really really worked with my daughter is
            to hide vegetables so I hide vegetables
            in smoothies in juices mainly because
            she loves anything that is sweet so I
            would recommend if you know your child
            is is similar hide veggies in smoothies
            juices and banana to make it sweet and
            the
            really really works last tip don’t force
            your child to eat vegetables we don’t
            want children to associate mealtimes
            with bad emotions bad experience because
            at some point your child will eat
            vegetables and you know what if the
            techniques I’ve shared with you don’t
            work just keep offering vegetables at
            lunchtime be a role model eat vegetables
            cook with your child and I can assure
            you that your child will eat vegetables
            at some point I hope this was helpful
            you enjoy the video and happy parenting

            About the Speaker

            Mrs. Aurore Robinot is the Nursery Manager at Child’s Play Nursery. Aurore has been in Dubai for 10 years and has been managing Nurseries for eight years.

            Aurore is passionate about helping and watching children grow, develop and achieve. She believes effective communication and daily verbal exchanges between staff members and parents are paramount and she believes in the power of people working together to achieve greatness.

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