Are you fed up yet with all the sugar your kids are served outside your house (or even inside)?
This is a great time of year to step back and consider the impact of sugar, learn where it’s hiding, and begin to implement some “less sugar” palate weaning tips for your kids….before Valentine’s Day hits. :/
Today we’ll talk about mindfulness, boundaries, agency, and “why” plus practical ways to train the palate to appreciate less-sweet foods.
No time to watch the whole video? Here are the notes!
Too much sugar in childhood is laying the foundation for problems you don’t want your kids to have. -Katie Kimball
Kids are constantly consuming artificial sweeteners. They’re all guinea pigs in this grand experiment to find out what happens after 50 years of exposure. -Katie Kimball
In order to make changes in our habits, we need to believe in it and it can take some time for the new ideas to sink in. -Katie Kimball
We can guide kids to be more mindful, particularly when it comes to sweets. -Katie Kimball
A raisin with fiber will always be better than the same amount of pure white sugar. -Katie Kimball