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Teach Your Children the Benefits of Organic Food
Healthy Food Tips for Kids: teaching healthy eating to kids is an important life skill. The benefits of organic food are in taste and nutrients; and the fact that chemical-free is healthy food for children.
Kids need to learn at an early age the basics of healthy eating. If you teach them while they are young it is so much easier for them to be prepared for the future. It is never too late to teach or learn about healthy food, though.
Limiting sugar and high preservative foods are important for healthy eating. However, it is equally important to educate kids on why organic fresh fruits and vegetables are so much better for our body.
Kids from a young age can understand that our bodies need energy just like cars need gas. If we fill our bodies up with foods lacking in vitamins we won't be as efficient compared to if we fill ourselves up with healthy, organic food.
Healthy Food Tips for Kids
Here are some of our favorite healthy food tips that will help you and your family get started in making healthy lifestyle changes.
Get the whole family involved in implementing these healthy food tips in your diet. Every little step you take can improve your health.
Guest Author: Debbie Madson
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Natural Soil Aeration
Soil with a good population of worms in it is a healthy soil. If your existing soil has plenty of worms then you just need to keep them happy while your vegetables grow.
Worms in your soil keep it aerated and maintain a functioning drainage system. Worms are, in effect, tilling your soil.
Worms do not destroy the soil structure or pollute the environment with petrol fumes and residues (as heavy machinery do).
By creating space with their burrowing, worms allow air to circulate, water to drain, and roots to grow.
More on Worms: What do Worms Eat?
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