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We are so preoccupied and engrossed with our work that often we get tempted by quick fixes which is either junk or packed and processed foods. In this race of accomplishments we have forgotten the fundamental principles of a healthy and wholesome living.
Little do we realize that in the long run, sooner or later, not only does this alter our health physically and intellectually, but also is a substandard influence on the younger generation. The same is inculcated in our kids as they learn through our actions and behaviors.
Not that we aren’t apprehensive about our health, of course we are. But we repeatedly go for the same shortcuts and the alternate effortless routes, not realizing that we should not be giving our kids this example.
On any occasion we catch a glimpse of a health product, we are inclined to invest in it, forgetting that it’s not our resources and funds but time and effort that is the need of the hour for a healthier life.
An oil can which is stamped ‘No cholesterol’ is a hot selling product (no one is convinced that oil in fact doesn’t contain cholesterol, it’s the quantity consumed that leads to cholesterol production)
We serve our kids packed juices, smoothies and milk products and chances are that these products have stiff doses of sugar and caffeine. In focusing on one healthy ingredient, we compromise on the nutritional value of the whole meal
Kids today majorly consume packed foods. Early morning they start with muesli loaded with sugar, (instead of whole grains for breakfast) snacks or packed biscuits.
Parents take pride in sending kids with protein bars as a snack, unless the kids are athletic in nature – Protein bars are high in sugar and caffeine and it contributes to weight gain and they may contain ingredients that not safe or kid friendly
Here are certain hacks using quinoa as an ingredient to keep kids away from junk food. The main idea is to invest time and plan ahead for a healthier family.
– Monica Magoo, Nutritionist & Diet Consultant