This collection of handy tips will help you and your family enjoy better eating habits. But don’t forget to also check out our ‘Good Habits’ recipes, as well as challenges to keep your family motivated.
Fresh herbs straight from your garden are lovely but the good news is that dried herbs actually contain more concentrated amounts of nutrients due to the absence of the water component. Dried herbs also have a longer shelf-life (but remember that they don’t last forever) and therefore can be a more cost-effective option than purchasing fresh herbs. Tip courtesy of Nutrition Australia ACT Inc.
Think of snacks as mini meals and make them healthy. Offer a variety of choices based on the five food groups across the day.
You can introduce your baby to vegetables from around 6 months of age. When cooking your family meal, make extra vegies, then puree and freeze them in ice-cube trays.
Cook extra portions of vegies at dinnertime and use the leftovers for lunches the next day.
Wondering how to eat more beans and legumes? Check out our Chicken and Bean Fajitas recipe.