Kids are notorious for being picky eaters. In most cases, kids only eat a few foods and getting them to try anything new can lead to meltdowns and tantrums. If you are trying to get your kids to eat more fermented foods, especially for the benefits they offer to children with SPD or autism, then you may be wondering how you are going to pull this off. Here are some practical tips for encouraging kids to eat fermented foods.
If you’ve ever tried chewing on a piece of freshly plucked mint leaves, then you know that there aren’t many flavors as bold and refreshing as mint, but is that where the goods stop with mint or is there a lot more to this amazing herb than what it does to your dancing taste buds? It turns out that science has uncovered previously unknown facts about how mint can actually help improve health.
Celery… it has been a good stand by for years. It has been the vehicle for peanut butter to get kids to eat vegetables. It has been the filler for the party veggie tray. It has even been part of the soup stock choppings… But recently, it has found its way into the spotlight as its own juice! Let’s explore the why behind the recent stardom.