It’s just a fact that kids aren’t going to eat kale and quinoa for every meal. But, getting your kids to consistently eat healthily can be a monumental challenge and as a parent, it’s your job to make sure they eat nutritious meals that are both good for their brain and their body. So does it really matter how you get them to eat healthily?
It’s important to remember that your kids aren’t born with a craving for ice cream and hamburgers and an aversion to broccoli and potatoes. That being said, kids develop a natural preference for the foods