Top 20 Healthy Eating Habits For Picky Eater From Chef Marie
I am Chef Marie, 23 years in the restaurant business, expert in food allergens...
I am Chef Marie, 23 years in the restaurant business, expert in food allergens, developer of a new spice solution all allergen-friendly, also author and international show guest ON A MISSION!
My passion is discovering new FLAVORS to enhance healthy diets and lifestyle. Discover through my journey new quality products, all natural and top clean-labelled for the table!
I am passionate in discovering the best gluten-free and allergen-free ingredients (12 main allergens: Peanuts, nuts, eggs, wheat, gluten (triticale, rye, oat), dairy, sulfite, soy, sesame, shellfish, mustard and coconut) low carbs diet, paleo diet, keto diet, plant-based food and vegetarian diet. I strive for developing farmer’s markets and buying local produces, meats and fish, and of course vegan alternatives!
I am going to share with you 20 healthy habits and behaviors that will promote a happy lifestyle at home with your kids. Preparing good and healthy meals, sharing and eating together, relaxing and having fun. Way to go.
A balanced diet is carb, fat, protein, vitamin, mineral and water. At home, healthy eating includes reduced portions and cutting on sugars and saturated fats.
Here I present 20 tips to promote healthy nutrition at home for picky eaters:
- Get kids involved in shopping for groceries
- Give kids freedom of choice with a list of recommended foods
- Discover flashy colored veggies and fruits
- Encourage new foods, try combinations
- Eat 5 veggies - fruits combined in a day
- Make mealtimes a priority and a necessity of eating together
- Make small shifts to healthy food
- Get kids involved: touch, kiss, lick and bite veggies and fruits
- Eat with your hands , it’s fun
- Start the day with a protein breakfast
- Limit sugars
- Choose unsaturated fats: avocado, nuts, seeds, fish, coconut and good oils
- Disguise the taste of healthier fruits
- Cook more cooked meals at home
- Choose water over sodas
- Avoid dairy, gluten, corn, sugar and artificial ingredients
- Be physically active
- Limit screen time not more than 2 hours
- Simply become familiar with new food in a positive and flexible context
- Make healthy snacks involving kids …. And this will be the next topic that I will share with you on my next article! Stay tuned! Thank you for sharing your thoughts.