Wellness week: Day 6
Eating healthy is obviously a critical component of wellness. What we put in ours and our children’s bodies directly correlates to how our bodies and minds perform. ‘Garbage in, garbage out’ — building immunity and health is even more critical now than ever. It’s easy to fall into unhealthy eating patterns being home all of the time. The good news is ‘grazing’ (eating small meals throughout the day) is a good thing, so the constant running to the fridge might not be as bad as we think as long as it’s healthy and not totally constant, a few times per day (we’ll share more nutritional recommendations in upcoming posts) and each snack or meal should be the size of our fist (that applies to kids eat their fist size and adults eat theirs). Making eating healthy fun is super helpful for spurring this habit in the little ones. Brax and I cook together, search for recipes together, explore new ingredients, do research on foods from other countries/cultures. Find ways to make it fun and experiential and before you know it, healthy/conscious eating will be part of their fabric💜
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