kako nagovoriti dijete da jede raznoliko

Izložite djecu što je više moguće stvarnoj hrani i to od najranije dobi

Toliko je zamki oko jela klinaca u koje možete upasti da ih je teško pobrojati. S mnogima se pozabavila nutricionistica  Jennifer Anderson koja na Facebooku i Instagramu objavljuje savjete i trikove kako djecu naučiti jesti povrće i voće, kako ih nagovoriti da pojedu više zdravih namirnica, kako spriječiti da jedu jednolično i kad u cijeloj priči popustiti i zadovoljiti se onom mudrom 'manje je više'... 

Složit ćete se s nama da je djeci potrebna “prava” hrana – voće, povrće, orašasti plodovi i žitarice – i da je navikavanje da jedu raznoliko proces kojeg bi trebalo započeti što ranije. Takav stav je zauzela i ova nutricionistica koja je na svojim profilima ponudila niz savjeta za hranjenje i najizbirljivije djece.

Njezine ideje su jednostavne i realistične. Cilj je, kako sama navodi, “izložiti djecu što je više moguće stvarnoj hrani”. Može to biti i pohano s krumpirićima, ali neka se tu nauštrb pohanog i krumpirića nađe i malo povrća, salate, umaka…, neke dodane vrijednosti, i već ste napravili puno. Kako to lakše izvesti, pokazala je u mnogim konkretnim objavama.

Dajte im razumnu količinu hrane, koju će možda pojesti (tako nećete bacati hranu) i objasnite im da ako brzo ogladne mogu dobiti to što je ostalo od prošlog obroka.

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How do you prevent food waste? Answer below! 👇And first (before I tackle another @kids.eat.in.color food battle), it’s my birthday week! 🎉 I’m answering 2⃣ questions per day in my stories instead of 1 this week in honor of my mother giving birth to me – which I appreciate a lot more since we have similar 1st baby birth stories! 🙏 If you’d like to celebrate along with me, you’re invited to share the @kids.eat.in.color post that has meant the most to you – in your stories or on your feed! And check out people’s favorites in my stories (I’m reposting all the public ones!) Now, on to the food battle!⠀ ~⠀ One mom wrote “2 year old will only take a few bites of a meal, then an hour later ask to eat. It’s wasteful.”⠀ ~⠀ No doubt, food waste and toddlers frustrating! One thing I try to do about the food waste, is give them a reasonable amount of the food you know they will eat, and just give them “exposure bites” of the rest of the foods.⠀ ~⠀ This prevents major food waste. And if they say they are hungry an hour later, I remind them that they can eat at the next meal or snack. ☺⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #nofoodwaste #lovefoodhatewaste #foodwaste #dontwastefood #zerowaste #zerofoodwaste #gratefulness #gratefuleveryday #eatthisnotthat #lunchbox #lunchboxideas #kidslunchbox #kidslunches #kidslunchideas #easydinner #simpledinner #eatyourdinner #dinnertime #menu #lunchideas #healthylunch #kidseatincolor #snacks #healthysnacks #mealpreplife #snacksmart #healthyrecipe #easycooking #healthykids

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Stu 12, 2018 u 3:54 PST

  • Vi radite raznoliko i zdravo, a oni jedu ono što njihovo tijelo traži. Dopustite im to.

 

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🍓”What if they eat all their fruit and just want more fruit?” I”m doing a series on #foodbattles and this was one mom’s quesiton. Here’s what I do. I give them more fruit. As long as there IS more fruit, and everyone has gotten a fair share.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Do they sometimes just eat fruit? Yes. Do they always eat just fruit? No, rarely.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Let’s do an extreme example here:⁣⠀ Breakfast – they just ate cheerios (grains)⁣⠀ Snack – they just ate cheese (protein)⁣⠀ Lunch – they just ate berries (fruit)⁣⠀ Snack 2 – they just ate rice (grains)⁣⠀ Dinner – they just ate broccoli and milk (veggies and protein)⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ This actually IS a balanced diet, oddly.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ But I don’t have to serve fruit at every meal. If that’s all they eat, I could just serve it once a day. ⁣I’ve found if I trust my kids to listen to their bodies and eat as much as they want, they learn to stop eating foods when their bodies don’t need it.⁣ ⁣⠀ ⁣⁣⠀ ⁣⁣✨Need help getting your kids to eat veggies? You can get my FREE picky eater guide in my bio @kids.eat.in.color.✨⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Ožu 26, 2019 u 3:51 PDT

  • U hladnjaku napravite ladicu s ‘grickalicama’ koje će se moći jesti samo jedanput na dan, a koje će biti rezervirane za dijete koje može samo uzeti što želi iz ladice (pogodno za klince od 4. godine). Zajedno dogovorite što ćete staviti u tu ladicu.

 

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Kiddo sneaking food? Here’s another #foodbattles post – one mom wrote “My son is sneaking food. What do I do?”⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ I have a stories highlight “snack drawer” that tells how we started a snack drawer for my son. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣We chose the contents of this drawer together. He wrote a list of things he wanted in it and I added a few things too. Watch the story for more about what foods were important to him!⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ For us, early morning is when the sneaking was happening, so that’s when this drawer is available. He knows it’s not available other times during the day.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ I find this strategy is helpful for older kids – perhaps 4 and up. Do you have a snack drawer?⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣✨Need help getting your kids to eat veggies? You can get my FREE picky eater guide in my bio @kids.eat.in.color.✨⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣#kidseatincolor⁣⠀

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Ožu 23, 2019 u 3:57 PDT

  • Ovoliko puta morate ponuditi djetetu namirnicu kako bi je ono prihvatilo.

 

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Have you heard “it takes 10 exposures to a food for a kid to like something?” Or 17? Or 21? Here’s what I think.⁣..⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ It’s a game. It’s a game moms and dads play, and it’s called the “exposure game.” I get a point every time I show my kids a veggie or put it on the table. ☝️ They get a point if they see, touch, lick, taste, smell it. ⁣☝️⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ My goal is to win! More points than my kid. 🎉⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ It took one of my kids like 300 exposures to eat tomatoes. I have a free guide in my bio with ideas to help kids try new foods.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Would your kids try any of the exposures in the picture?⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Tra 13, 2019 u 4:02 PDT

  • Ne skrivajte povrće u jelo, već ga zajedno s djetetom dodajte u hranu.

 

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To sneak in or not to sneak in veggies? 🙈 Personally, I don’t. When I show my kids what is in their food, they are free to eat it or not. But they don’t have to worry that something they don’t like is hiding in their food somewhere. For some picky kiddos, finding a hiding food is really upsetting! And it breaks down their trust with me – the person who makes their food. They become more picky and less likely to eat food! 🤷‍♀️⠀ .⠀ I believe that involving kids will lead to them eating more veggies in the long run. It’s great for them to add the veggies to the sauce, the smoothie, or whatever. I still use purees and add veggies to things. I often chop them small and they may even be “hidden”. But my kids are always welcome to join me in the kitchen and ask me what is in food. ⠀ .⠀ 🧀Here, I asked m to help me make quesadillas with cheese and cauliflower. We did it together. He ended up eating 1/2 cup of raw cauliflower in the process and also eating his quesadilla. It doesn’t always go so well, but it did this time!⠀ .⠀ This post is in response to a mom who said "veggies" are her food battle! I'm doing a series on food battles and tips for making things easier for yourself! Hope you'll follow along for more! 😘 @kids.eat.in.color⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #cauliflower #kidsinthekitchen #cookingmama #pickykids #picky #pickyeater #pickyeaters #2yearold #3yearold #momhacks #momhack #momlife❤️ #healthykids #healthyfoodie #healthyfoodideas #healthyfoodchoices #eatyourveggies #eatyourvegetables ⠀ ⠀

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Kol 9, 2018 u 5:09 PDT

  • Slatka, zdrava i jednako zanimljiva, ako ne i zanimljivija varijanta sladoleda.

 

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How do you help your kids eat less sugar? Comment below. Spoiler alert: I’m not anti-sugar. 😊 In fact, I don’t make a big deal out of it and serve desserts regularly (as in, a few times a week). Why? Because when parents are very restrictive, it often makes kids want more of that “forbidden fruit”. 🎂⠀ ~⠀ So, why serve frozen watermelon pops? 🍉As you know, I’ve been doing a series on food battles here @kids.eat.in.color (you can look back at them in my feed). One mom wrote to me, “Eliminating more sugar! It’s in everything!” She’s right. It’s in everything. ⠀ ~⠀ Because of that, I try to save the sugar for when sugar is the best option. If I can make some pops, have happy kids, and save some sugar, #momwin! I generally don’t recommend going around counting your kids’ grams of sugars (but if you do want some calculations, see below). That isn’t going to help anyone (and it WILL make you crazy). Instead, see where you can make things yourself to keep the sugar down and still have happy kids. Sweeten your own yogurt. Make your own pops. Make cakes with less icing. Make desserts with dates. ⠀ ~ ⠀ The World Health Organization recommendation is that kids eat no more than 10% of their daily calories from added sugars, and if you want to prevent cavities, they recommend no more than 5% of daily calories from added sugars. What does that mean in terms of grams? For my 5-year-old, who burns approximately 1600-1700 calories per day, that’s about 41g of sugar per day, max. Ideally 20g. And that little fruit bar has 26 g on its own! That’s why I do whatever I can to make my own stuff with less added sugars!⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #pickyeater #pickyeaters #picky #threeyearold #3yearold #threenager #twoyearold #2yearold #fouryearold #4yearold #fiveyearold #preschooler #toddler #kidfood #kidapproved #lunchideas #healthykids #kidseatincolor⠀ #sugarfree #sugarfreekids #lowsugardiet #healthydesserts #foodswap #healthydessert #easydessert #watermelons #popsicles #usethewholewatermelon

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Ruj 1, 2018 u 4:05 PDT

  • Djeca ne vole nered na tanjuru. Razdvojite im namirnice i ne ljutite se ako jedu prvo jednu, a zatim, kad pojedu svu zalihu prve, krenu na drugu namirnicu.

 

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Will your kids eat food mixed? I’ve been doing a series on food battles here @kids.eat.in.color and one mom wrote “Getting my 4-year-old to eat mixed dishes (stir-fry, stew) when she’ll eat parts separately.” 🤦‍♀️ ~⠀ It’s just more overwhelming to have mixed things for kids. Especially kids who are nervous about colorful foods. So, it’s good to have both options on the table. Have a mixed dish, and have the parents eat that to model it. Then have a platter with everything separated, so they can choose what they want to try. Maybe they will choose to mix it on their own. ⠀ ~⠀ I love these little hand tongs. They are so fun. I have them in my Amazon store in case you’d like to check them out. 😊⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #stirfry #thanksgivingleftovers #eattherainbow #eatyourcolors #colorfulfood ⠀ #snacktime #snackideas #healthierchoices #eatyourcolors #mealprepping #mealprepideas #kidseatincolor #easykidfood #kidfood #kidfriendlyfood #toddlerfood #toddlerfoodideas #lunchbox #lunchboxideas #kidslunchbox #kidslunches #kidslunchideas #easydinner #simpledinner #eatyourdinner #easydinner #lunchideas #healthylunch⠀

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Stu 19, 2018 u 10:02 PST

  • Slično, a zdravije.

 

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“Kid food” is code for “food that tastes amazing on the very first bite”! Which is fun. But I sell my kid short if I don’t give them the time needed to learn to like family food (@kids.eat.in.color style!) ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Sometimes I feel scared when my kid doesn’t eat something. Will they be okay? Will they get everything they need? I always remind myself that it’s okay if my kids don’t eat fish or broccoli or potatoes or whatever. I can find other nutritious foods that they will eat in the meantime. I can wait for them to learn to like family food before jumping to “kid food”. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ There may be times I choose to serve “kid food”, but that’s my choice. It’s not something I HAVE to do because my child won’t eat something. This won’t be true for all kids (some SPD and autism moms will attest). But for the majority of kids, it’s okay to let them learn to like family food on their own timeline without offering something else.⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ 🐟I really loved eating the fish sticks in this picture. Brought me back to my childhood. I’m sure my mom only served them when she was at her wits end, but we adored her for serving them and they were nothing but magic to us. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Did you have fish sticks as a kid?⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ My little food picks and condiment containers are in my Amazon store in my story highlights. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ ⁣✨Need help getting your kids to eat veggies? You can get my FREE picky eater guide in my bio @kids.eat.in.color.✨⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⠀

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Vel 28, 2019 u 4:06 PST

  • Ponudite voće i povrće s masnoćama. Tako se bolje apsorbiraju vitamini, a i sve je ukusnije pa će dijete možda i više toga pojesti.

 

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Which color is your favorite here? Answer below 👇And first (before I tackle another @kids.eat.in.color food battle below), it’s my birthday week! 🎉 I’m answering 2⃣ questions per day in my stories instead of 1, except for today, which is What We Eat Wednesday – check out our food day in my stories! If you’d like to join the birthday celebration, you’re invited to share the @kids.eat.in.color post that has meant the most to you – in your stories or on your feed! And check out people’s favorites in my stories (I’m reposting all the public ones!) ⠀ ~⠀ Now, on to the food battle! One mom wrote “Snacking. My daughter loves to snack and not eat regular meals.”⠀ ~⠀ This is pretty common. And why we have a morning snack and afternoon snack at our house. My focus is to make sure and provide fat and protein as an option at every snack. Plus, I always shoot to have a fruit and a vegetable option. ⠀ ~⠀ People sometimes think we should be snacking on just fruits and veggies. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it doesn’t fill you up or help your body absorb fat-soluble vitamins (you need to eat fat at the same time to absorb them). ⠀ ~⠀ See my post from last week if you need more dip ideas. If dip isn’t your kid’s thing, include something else that has fat and protein like ground nuts, seeds, cheese, or a whole grain cracker. Now, there’s no reason to feel bad about her filling up on snacks!⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #veggiesanddip #diprecipe #healthykids #healthyfood #balancedmeal #foodiekids #kidfoodie #easyrecipes #easyrecipe #healthykids #fallfood #fallrecipes #snacktime #snackideas #healthierchoices #eatyourcolors #mealprepping #mealprepideas #kidseatincolor #easykidfood #kidfood #kidfriendlyfood #toddlerfood #toddlerfoodideas #veggiefood #vegetariankids #pickyeater #picky #pickyeaters #pickyeatersclub ⠀

Objavu dijeli Jennifer | Dietitian, MSPH, RD (@kids.eat.in.color) Stu 14, 2018 u 4:01 PST


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