Active Play is the Way
The best-known Filipino dishes are known for their delicious taste and their ability to deliver a sense of home no matter where you are. While many do not stand out from a health perspective, dishes like Pinakbet, Laing and Ginisang Munggo are good for the body, not in the least because of their vegetable content. This doesn't mean, of course, that we are limited to consuming (and giving our kids) these healthier dishes. There are also steps we can take to make everyday Filipino meals better while not sacrificing their flavor:
Active kids are also easier to feed, as their appetite grows as they run around and spend energy. This also means that we need to provide the right amount of nutritous food in order to replace the energy they lost and allow them to be active some more.
Of course, physical fun for our kids starts by ensuring they get 100% nourishment*. That's why each meal should be based on the Food Pyramid, and must come with a glass of Lactum 3+/6+. Together, these will help these children make the most of their fun and nourished lifestyle!
*with 3 balanced meals a day
Click here to read Judy Ann's take on how Lucho loves being active!
Need to prepare your child for fun activity by giving 100% nutrition? Get a great recipe here!