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23 Jan 2013

30 Blogs on Healthy Living for Kids

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Growing up a few decades ago no one worried about what kids ate.  Everyone seemed to envy kids because they had such high metabolisms that they could burn off anything.  However, now that kids sit in front of the TV or play video games for hours on end they don’t have such high metabolisms and childhood obesity is now a huge risk.  Here are 30 blog entries regarding things you can do with and for your kids to keep them healthy.

Exercise
Send kids out to play.  Parents no longer send their kids outside and tell them to come home once the street lights go on as they did years ago, but that doesn’t mean that outside time should be banished.  Here are five blog posts that provide some suggestions on how to get kids moving and playing more outdoors.
Balanced Diet Examples
Kids need more than just exercise, even though exercise will go a long way to helping kids lead a healthy life.  Kids need to eat the right kinds of food.  These five bloggers will give you examples of balanced diets for kids.
Recommendations
Getting your kids to live a healthy lifestyle can be tough.  Are there tips and tricks that you can use?  Check out these five blog posts to get some ideas.
Healthy Recipes
How do you get your kids to eat the healthy food that you know they need to eat?  Some kids may be willing to eat a piece of grilled fish, steamed broccoli and a fresh salad, but there are many who won’t.  Here are some kid-friendly recipes that are healthy.
Kids in the Kitchen
One way to get kids to try things that they might not otherwise try is to let them cook it themselves.  One night a week when you don’t have a bunch of activities going on, take the time to get the kids into the kitchen.  These bloggers agree and give you more information on how to do it.
Body Image
There are so many confusing messages out there about body image.  Kids see models and think that they need to be thin like them.  Kids are teased and called fat and now instead of seeing themselves in a positive light their self-esteem suffers.  Read what these bloggers who have tackled the body image topic have to say.


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4 comments:

  1. Daniel,


    As a dad, I am always looking for healthy living options for my son! Thanks for posting this awesome list!


    Aaron

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  2. Pleasure Aaron and Sandy. Thanks for reading.

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  3. This is an excellent resource. Of course, the parents set a huge example for the kids. We've got to get moving and plan things that we can all do together that don't involve eating and/or sitting.

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  4. Yes, well said.
    An ex-girlfriend of mine works with children who struggle at school.
    One of her little boys parents made an effort to every weekend do something as a family.
    In addition, each member of the family got to choose the activity on a rotating basis.
    Because of the way they have raised their children, their children choose activities like going to a museum.
    I think that's brilliant!

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