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  1. THIS.Co 6 TIPS TO MAKE YOUR KID FALL FOR PLANT- BASED FOOD 242 Acklam Road, Portobello, London,W10 5JJ AVAILABLE IN ALL BRANCHES NATIONWIDE

  2. Planning a plant-based diet for children is a very tedious task; it takes lots of energy to persuade kids to include plant-based food in their daily meals rather than going for junk food. It isn't so much that plant-based food is not delightful but kids generally think that it’s tiresome to have such meals every day and get more attracted to junk food. If you want your kid to be slanged more towards plant-based food, you need to find cheerful ideas to include a vegan diet in their meal. To fulfill the right amount of nutrients, you need to find happy ways to make them eat more plant-based food because except the fact the convincing a kid is not an easy job. For every one of those parents who are having difficult stretches in dealing with their children while presenting a plant-based food, here are some tips and special meals that can assist you while fulfilling your children with a vegan diet in a cheerful way: 1. Schedule a Special Cooking Weekend with Your Kids – Cooking with your kids can be a little daunting and time consuming, but trust me it’s really very helpful. Having them take part in the full cooking process will enable your children to get thought of where their food comes from and what is involved in planning and preparing a meal. 2. Mix veggies in kids’ favorite food – Adding veggies with kids’ favorite dishes is a great way to give them a plant- based food. You can try macaroni and cheese; it’s one of the favorite meals of your favorite one. So make macaroni with a little twist, cut down the animal-based protein like cheese, and substitute it with the soy-based cheese and hempseed cheese. You can do the same with pizza, make pizza at home, and cut down the animal-based products instead use meat alternatives, and also add lots of veggies in the toppings. This pizza will be as healthy as any other plant- based food and delicious like any normal pizza. Your kids are going to love it.

  3. 3. Resist Your Kids Temptation with vegan meat products – If your kids aren’t ready to give up junk food like meat burgers or chicken- tenders, try some transition food first. There are plenty of  meat alternatives like vegan bacon, sausages, and vegan chicken that may look and tastes a lot like actual meat products. 4. Make your own vegan burger – Burgers and sweet potatoes are something kids always want to. Give them vegan burgers, once they start to love pre-made vegan burgers introduce them with homemade burgers. Burgers become healthy, tasty, and more delicious when you make them at home, you can also add  vegan meat  products in your homemade burgers, kids will get more attracted toward it. 5. Make Kitchen Garden if Possible – If you have a large area to make a kitchen garden then grow your own vegetables at home and engage your kids in gardening. They will definitely try the food prepared from their own planted vegetables. Another advantage of planting at home is your kids get to learn how the plants grow this will be beneficial for their education. 6. Make a Green Smoothie – If your kids resist eating salad, let replace it with a green smoothie. Your kids will definitely love the flavours and vibrant colours of the Green Smoothie. Smoothies are a great way to feed greens, fruits, and nuts to your kids.

  4. Wrapping Up – Experts say kids who embrace whole food and plant-based meals are healthier than those who eat junk food and meat products. Redesign your children's feast with more portions of grains, seeds, fruits, and vegetables and serve them a bit of meat or vegan meat alternative in the end when they are almost done. Besides this, always take advice from a pediatrician and ensure that your kids are getting enough nutrients from their food for better nourishment and healthy growth. VISIT VISIT THIS THIS