Children's decalogue to grow healthy and healthy

Children's decalogue to grow healthy and healthy

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Child's Health

10 Tips for the child to grow and develop healthy


Being healthy is directly related to being happy, and there is nothing that makes children happier than being surrounded by people who love you. We all like to feel loved, so we should treat people the way we like to be treated.

Whether in sports or in everyday life, if you are kind to others, others will be kind to you. So always draw your best smile and respect everyone around you no matter how different they are from you.

Not only will you avoid obesity, your body will improve if you exercise several days a week, your mood will be much better when you see that you overcome challenges and you will feel at peace with yourself.

To cope with all the obligations that the child has during the day, it is essential that they relax by sleeping for more or less nine hours. If they find it difficult to relax, you can read a bedtime story.

No matter how good they are, sweets of this type can only be taken once a week. An abuse of cakes, buns and sweets leads to overweight.

Calcium, a fundamental mineral in the growth and proper development of bones, is mainly in milk. So if we want to grow strong, we must give them milk daily.

Experts recommend about six glasses of water a day and five pieces of fruit, and although it seems impossible it is not. If we take a piece of fruit and drink a little more than a glass of water in each of the meals we eat, the challenge is already met.

Eating quickly and without chewing causes digestion much heavier than usual, so we cannot take mealtime as a competition. It is also important to keep in mind that the child should eat well, but not more than necessary.

If we want to prevent obesity in children, it is the parents' duty to teach them to eat several times a day. Breakfast, lunch, lunch, snack and dinner. It is useless not to have lunch or not to have a snack if later we are going to eat too much for lunch and dinner.

Video: Growing Healthy Babies - Stanford Childrens Health (February 2023).