Teaching Healthy Eating Habits For Kids | Proteins, Carbohydrates, Minerals, Vitamins, Fats

Is your little one a picky eater? Getting your child to eat a nutritious diet can be an ongoing struggle for parents. Sometimes convenience, taste, and social situations might get your kid hooked on unhealthy meals. Eating nutritious food is vital for all age groups, including growing kids. Providing healthier meals at a young age can help your children make wiser food choices, which will help them build healthier bodies and habits in the long run.

In today's video, let's explore what nutrients are essential for your kids’ growth and development. Are fats necessary? What are healthy carbs? We'll discuss all that and more. Let’s get started!

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Intro – 0:00
Carbohydrates – 00:42
Proteins – 02:35
Fats – 04:29
Vitamins And Minerals – 06:54


When you think of carbohydrates, what comes to mind? Maybe you’re thinking of junk food or even that all carbohydrates are bad. Well, it all depends on what carbs you’re talking about. Yes, some carbs are unhealthy, but that doesn’t mean all are harmful.

Unlike carbohydrates, only 20% of your child's energy needs to come from proteins. But that’s no reason to ignore them. Proteins are the cornerstone of a balanced diet for children. Why is that?

The most common myth about nutrition is that “fat-free products are healthy.” But that might not always be the case. Food manufacturers generally add more sugar to packed foods to make them low-fat or fat-free. As a result, you might unknowingly end up overdosing on your kid with too much sugar. Do not discard fat entirely from your child's diet.

Vitamins And Minerals
Every child needs a variety of vitamins, minerals, and salts to stay healthy. Vitamin deficiencies can be scary and have long-term side effects. Let's talk about a few vital ones.

For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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