Monday, March 11, 2013

Hiding Nutrient-Dense Foods in Children's Diets

"When dealing with children, hidden nutrient-dense foods can be a boon to convincing them that strongly flavored foods are a normal part of their diet. I hid liver, kale, beans and many other powerhouse foods in our meals for years before my children discovered them. It has been a wonderful vehicle for my children, because once they got over the surprise, the shrugged and accepted the item as a normal part of their diets. I have learned to hide these foods in main dishes, breakfasts and even baked goods without their knowledge."

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