healtheo360 Wellness Blog
If children start with the idea that working out can be fun, they will be more likely to have a positive outlook on exercise which lays the groundwork for healthy habits and even healthier lifestyles. One of the best ways to get kids active is by finding ways to get them active without making it feel like actual exercise. In todays world of TV and video games children tend to be less inclined to go outside and exercise, these following simple workouts wont turn your six year old into the hulk but they will get their blood pumping and burn calories all while having fun!
As a parent, you most likely know what are the best foods to feed your children. Eggs, milk, fruits and vegetables are at the top of that list. Here are some foods you may not have considered that have great benefits for children.
Flaxseed - Flaxseed is full of Omega-3 fatty acids. These acids are needed for brain development. Flaxseed can be purchased in whole and ground seeds but research shows that ground is absorbed into the body better. Add flaxseed to your children's diet by sprinkling it into some of their favorite foods like cereal and pancakes.
As a parent you want to do what is best for your child. You're the world's worst mom if you feed your kids these foods. Here is a list of foods that aren’t the healthiest option and should be consumed in moderation, if consumed at all.
Whether playing outside with children, neighbors or friends, summer is the perfect opportunity to get outside and stretch those legs.
Summer camp is the perfect place for kids to enjoy the summer weather and get involved in fun activities with other kids their age. Whether it’s a day camp or over night camp, it’s important to keep kids safe. Here are some safety tips so your kid can have a safe and fun time at camp.