Pediatric Home Health Care near Manhasset, NY – Make Veggies More Fun
Eating vegetables is a prime example of the faultiness of the “do as I say not as I do” principle. You see, it doesn’t matter how many times you tell your children to eat their vegetables. If they don’t see you doing it, they won’t either. But since vegetables are a necessary part of a healthy balanced diet, maybe parents and children can re-discover vegetables together!
Don’t be limited by steaming or boiling only. There are so many new ways of preparing vegetables by roasting or grilling or barbecuing! Just go online and start looking for a new way to cook an old side dish.
Grown-ups consume more vegetables than children due to their emphasis on a balanced diet. However, children tend to eat only what they like. More than often, it becomes a challenging task for parents to make their children eat vegetable. In this article, we will elaborate on the following ways to make your child eat more vegetables:
- Be an example
- Make it fun
- Involve them
- The One-Bite Rule
- Let them finish on their own
- Serve foods of different colors
- Set food in interesting patterns
- Make use of garlic, butter and bacon
While it may not be easy to do it, it is not impossible. Even the most stubborn of children can be made to eat more vegetables with some time and practice. Children most often do not do things because they make sense but just because they want to do it. The trick is to recognize this tendency and make use of it. As children will do anything they want to, you can make them eat more vegetables if that is what they want to. There are a number of ways to make that happen.
Being the parent, you have to be an example as children tend to follow their parents. It does not have to be a boring exercise, make it fun by making characters out of food and letting the children play with them. If children resist taking a particular food, let them have a single bite only. With continued practice, they will start to like it. While they are eating, do not force them to finish. Let them eat on their own and when they do, appreciate it. Put yourself in your children’s position and pretend to be a friend. You can set food in interesting patterns and in different colors to arouse interest and fascination. Make use of garlic, butter and bacon so as to gradually develop taste in the new diet. Do not stop. Keep practicing and you will come out victorious.
Choose pediatric home health care when your child needs some loving and qualified medical help at home.
If you or an aging loved one are in need of Pediatric Home Health care services near Manhasset, NY or the surrounding areas, contact the caring professionals at Star Multi Care Services today at (631)956-8835. We are the Right Choice for Home Health Care Services!
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From 1978 to 1986, Sternbach was associated with Automated Data Processing, Inc. (“ADP”)–a provider of information services, where he held several marketing positions before becoming the Director of Sales.
1999-2008 Sternbach was an active participant on the Board of Directors for Proginet–a computer software company based in Garden City, New York. He also served on the Board of Trustees of the Long Island Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society from 1996-2002.
In 1996, Stephen Sternbach was named “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Ernst & Young, Paine Webber and NASDAQ. Sternbach was also named in Crain’s New York Business Article, “40 Under 40” Successful Business Executives/Future Business Leaders in 1995. While maintaining a diversity of business and personal interests, Sternbach concentrated most of his efforts over the past 28 years towards continuously improving the quality of services delivered by the Star Multi Care Services’ family of companies.
Stephen Sternbach holds a Master of Public Administration from Syracuse University – Maxwell School of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Relations and Personnel Administration from Ithaca College.
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