Throughout 2011 we gave you the whys and hows of maintaining healthy eating habits for you and your baby.
With the holidays fast approaching and a brand new year just around the corner, now is as good a time as any to get your household on a healthy track.
Eat healthy this during the holidays without missing out.
We understand that holiday traditions are important, and that there are certain not-so-healthy dishes you and your family simply can’t live without. Good news, you don’t have to. There are many ways you can have your festive cake and eat it too. For instance, here are some helpful tips from the Mayo Clinic on how to modify traditional recipes with healthy ingredients. You can also pack in additional vitamins and nutrients by sneaking in pureed vegetables. Click here to learn how.
Another great way to ensure that you and your family stay holiday healthy is to choose organic fruits and vegetables for every dish you make. Also, if you can, make sure the meat you buy comes from an organic farm. As we covered previously, organic farming methods can make all the difference to you and your child’s health.
If you’re in the mood to start new healthy holiday traditions, check out this collection of delicious organic food recipes from Organic Authority.
Make your 2012 resolution a healthy one.
Don’t leave these tips behind–bring them with you into the New Year! Resolve to make more informed choices about what your child eats, and create a healthy household by making organic meals at home. After all, establishing a nutritious diet early on will set your child up for a lifetime of healthy eating for many New Years to come.
From all of us at Getzwell Pediatrics, we wish you a happy and healthy holiday season!
Please call us at 415.826.1701 to discuss how to improve your family’s health through eating healthy and other preventive strategies we specialize in.