Healthy Children: Children and Food Habits

Every mother has found herself saying, “EAT YOUR VEGETABLES!” This “motherly wisdom” never goes out of fashion because one thing that almost all children resent is VEGETABLES! 

You know it’s imperative for your kid to eat their veggies for the healthy growth. So, how do you get them to eat the healthy food, without making a fuss every time?

Today, let’s get a fresher perspective on our children’s eating habits.

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Milk – Not your Child’s Best Friend

One thing synonymous to healthy growth of a child is MILK. We’ve all grown up drinking milk throughout our early life and are still continuing to do so.

While I have already discussed about the need and negative impact of milk on an adult, let’s explore just how much milk is good milk even for a child. Especially when everyone around us advices to give the kid “THE HOLY WHOLE FOOD”.

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How Can Music Benefit Children?

Music can be an extremely powerful tool for our overall well-being. I’ve already talked about the power of music and how it can be uplifting in our lives, but I also want to emphasize how well it works for children. There is a lot more to music than just rocking babies to sleep with sweet lullabies.

Whether your kid or toddler is learning a new skill or just playing around, exposing them to different kinds of music play an important role in child development. Continue reading “How Can Music Benefit Children?”

Music And Children: What Type Of Melodies Can Help Your Child’s Development?

It’s a delight to watch a child’s eyes light up when their favorite song is played. We know they’re loving the beat and swaying to the rhythm, but in the background, it’s also helping with their overall development. We’ve already talked about how music can help children in the previous article, but I want to dig deeper into the subject.

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