A new Lyvon Davis 'Investment in Health' article offers parents and childcare providers ideas for getting kids to eat their veggies. Lyvon Davis, consignee for her family's home-style restaurant in her youth, is passionate about instilling good eating habits into young people.
Online PR News – 16-November-2010 – – LAKE SPRING, MO -- A new Lyvon Davis Investment in Health article titled "'Tricking' Kids Into Eating Their Veggies" offers parents and childcare providers ideas for getting kids to eat -- and perhaps actually enjoy -- their veggies.
Lyvon Davis, 'Investments in Health' blog author, offers two methods for 'sneaking' veggies into kids diet. The first by hiding vegetables in common places and the second by making bringing veggies the star of the show with vegetable art. Combined with a little friendly peer pressure, and Lyvon Davis says kids can learn to love the healthy treats.
The full article is available online at: http://bit.ly/9uAOH8.
"With so many processed foods so readily available today, we have become a nation of addicts. Kicking the habit of eating fried, fatty, carb-rich foods can be almost as difficult as quitting smoking. Sugar and carbs are a 'drug' in the sense that they alter the way that you feel, and in the sense that 'overdoing it' can and will hurt you. Kicking the habit is tough -- especially for kids who have grown up on a diet of almost nothing but processed foods," said Lyvon Davis, Investments in Health blog author (http://lyvondavis.com).
Lyvon Davis, consignee for her family's restaurant in her youth, grew up around fatty 'down home cookin' and eventually came face to face the results of a life of poor eating when her mother died suddenly of a heart attack.
Today, Lyvon Davis strives to teach others how to eat a more healthful diet. Her passion is to educate parents and childcare providers on ways to instill good eating habits into young people.