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9 Healthy Family Food Tips and advice from Tal Ben-Shahar and Daily Dozen Infographic from Dr. Greger

What do you do when your kids won’t eat healthy? How do you get them excited about eating fruits and vegetables? Infographic Family Food Tips and our expert, Tal Ben-Shahar, answers the question most parents would like to know!

Family Food Rules (download infographic)

  1. PARENTS: YOU ARE IN CHARGE OF EDUCATION! LEARN & TEACH!
  2. TEACH KIDS TO READ FOOD LABELS, incl. INGREDIENTS
  3. LEARN MULTICULTURAL & OTHER CUISINES TOGETHER
  4. TAKE KIDS GROCERY SHOPPING WITH YOU AND TALK ABOUT FOOD, WHEN POSSIBLE
  5. REMEMBER TO SAY: YOU DON’T HAVE TO LIKE IT BUT YOU DO HAVE TASTE IT!
  6. PREPARE AND EAT FOOD TOGETHER, WHEN POSSIBLE! IT’S AN OPPORTUNITY TO CONNECT!
  7. Parents: ACCEPT A DAILY DOZEN CHALLENGE FROM DR. GREGER!
  8. Parents: IT IS EASIER THAN YOU THINK TO FIT HEALTHY FOODS INTO YOUR DAILY ROUTINE, EVEN WITH KIDS! 
  9. Parents: EAT THE FOOD YOU WANT YOUR KIDS TO EAT. YOU SET THE DIRECTION!
  10. BE PRESENT! RELAX and ENJOY FAMILY TIME TOGETHER!

Additional Tips from Tal Ben-Shahar on

How to Manage Healthy Eating for Kids?

What do you do when your kids won’t eat – let alone, eat healthy? How do you get them excited about fruits and vegetables? Answering Clara’s Question on How can I get my kids excited about eating healthy foods?

  • Don’t worry. Children eat when they’re hungry.
  • Don’t fight with your children about food.
  • Have fun together during meal time.
  • Create healthy choices for children.
  • Explain to the children the why is it important to eat healthy food.
  • Eat in moderation.
  • Encourage your children to taste different foods.
  • Have patience!

Watch How to Manage Healthy Eating from Tal’s YouTube channel below.

Written by Anna A. Block

Anna A Block is an educator, entrepreneur, and a mother of three little girls ages 7 and under. She believes in a beauty and power of ordinary, daily mundane. It is where the magic happens and memories created for a lifetime. And, it takes only 20 minutes of "pure" time to tell a story, play, read, talk, make or learn something together. Anna is fluent in English, Ukrainian, Russian, and is learning Hebrew. To know more about Anna, visit her website: AnnaABlock.com or read about her on About Us page.

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