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The secret to getting your kids to eat their daily servings of fruits and veggies

The secret to getting your kids to eat their daily servings of fruits and veggies

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I don't know what is about fruits and especially vegetables but some kids are born just hating vegetables. Yes through setting a great example you can teach them from young to eventually love vegetables by introducing them early on and having them as snacks instead of too many chips for example. Fruits and vegetables are so important for all of us and you want your kids to lead a healthy lifestyle starting from young. Nova loves fruits; banana, orange, apples, kiwis, pineapple. And use to like only a few veggies; carrots, corn, and peas. Even though I eat vegetables regularly, she didn't like eating them too much. I don’t want her growing up like me; I hated vegetables and didn't start appreciating them until I was much older.


There are a few ways you can introduce more fruit and vegetables into your child's diet, even if he or she particularly doesn't like vegetables. The two ways that work best for me and my daughters are:



She loves smoothies no matter how dark green it looks. If she sees me with a cup she will drink half and say hmmm every time. She will drink whatever I'm drinking which is usually filled with more vegetables than fruits and I love that. 




Another one of Nova's favorite. She loves pasta. So I either make whole wheat penne with sauce and throw in veggies like broccoli bits, string beans or carrots. Or I make use of a spiralizer and turn any vegetable, like carrots, zucchini or squash into spaghetti.



But even with those methods are they getting enough fruits and vegetables daily? Especially for those picky eaters, this can be very difficult. Ideally, according to research kids should be getting 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day.


This is where fruit and vegetable capsules and chewables come in. It is a lifesaver for my family! The whole family takes them every morning. Her chewables taste just like candy but are loaded with fruits and vegetables, haha win for momma! This is especially comforting during those days where somehow too many cookies have been introduced and not enough good stuff.



Her chewables are filled with whole food:



















Oat Bran

Rice Bran


The chewables (labeled with a food NUTRITION label and not a supplement label like a multi-vitamin) contain the nutritional essence of 30 different fruits, vegetables, grains, and berries and taste SO GOOD! No additives and all the sugar has been taken out but they still taste like candy. I get my 13 servings a day and she gets her 5. It really acts as a bridge to gap the space where we don’t quite get to the number of servings we need for our bodies to function optimally.

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This is not something new these capsules and chewables have been researched over 20 years. According to research, these are some of the outcomes in regards to kids age 4-18:


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More information and research can be found here.



The other day Nova asked for broccoli and tomatoes I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. I've also noticed a huge improvement in her sleep. Kids who suffer from eczema and psoriasis also see a huge improvement.


And the best part is that they are free for kids! If you and your family to get healthier by fueling your bodies with nutrition. Order your capsules and you get the chewables for your kids free.

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