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Little Miss Green was bought up on a healthy diet.
I made the commitment to her health the minute I was pregnant and I’m a firm believer that you are what you eat.
When she was young it was simple – kids basically eat what you put in front of them.
But since she’s started secondary school, peer pressure has increased and there have been some worrying changes in her eating habits.
The other week I kept a list of everything she ate and on the Sunday night I invited her to try something with me. She loves categorising things and loves art, so I asked her to draw pictures of a list of food I was going to give her and to sort them into ‘healthy’ and ‘unhealthy’.
At the end of the list I asked her to review her piece of work and asked her what she thought of the results.
She reckoned this list belonged to someone who didn’t eat well and was an unhealthy person. When I gently pointed out this was what SHE had eaten over the past week she was pretty shocked.
I’m not going to pretend she changed into a fruit loving vegan overnight, but she DID get a little more balanced with her choices.
Free Graze Box
One of the things that really helped us was to try a free Graze box.
Graze deliver a selection of natural snacks to your home or workplace and they are designed to encourage you to step away from sugary, fat-laden snacks and say no to the vending machine.
They are not perfect by any means, but they are a whole lot better than chocolate bars, bags of crisps and cans of coke many people consume at the office desk.
I was given a code to share with my friends which is a win-win for both of us. You get a free Graze box to try while I get money off my next box.
So please go ahead and start grazing on healthy foods because then we can continue with ours!
Free Graze code
Simple enter the following code to get your free Graze box:
I can’t wait to hear how you get on – the Korean chili rice crackers, dried apple pieces with toffee dip and vanilla almonds are going down a storm here at Chez Green!
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