Some foods are more susceptible to contamination than others. Buy organic where it makes the biggest difference.Make organic milk a priority as it comes from cows that don’t eat GM feed and it contains up to two thirds more beneficial omega 3 fatty acids than conventional milk. Organic flour is also worth extra expensive. Pesticide residues are present are present in a high proportion of non organic fruit and vegetables. and children are particularly at risk from these substances because their bodies are are smaller and still growing.
Teach yourself to cook. If you don’t already know how. It will save you a world of trouble and expense trying to source nutrias, additive-free ready meals, which can be difficult to come by. Some homemade dishes can be almost as quick as ready mades, and very easy to cook – for example, omelettes, baked fish, fried chicken and meatballs.
You could baked fish, fried chicken, and meatballs, you could even try rustling up your own kids foods such as nuggets using only pure, wholesome ingredients.
Enjoy to capture those moments when you cook or eat. Your kids will love being photographed by you.
Go easy on soya, especially with boys. Research suggests that boys fed with soya based formula milk or other soya products are at increased risk of delayed genital formation, and girls, too, from the early onset of menstruation, because of its high oestrogen content.
Don’t prejudice your kids by telling them in advance that they will or won’t like a certain food or drink. Simply let them try it and wait to see their reaction.
Quit droning on about healthy eating, or you will will put your kids off good food. Rather than talk about it, just present it and clean out your cupboards to make your home as junk food free as possible.
Avoid offering too many choices of meals and don’t, at your child’s first meal, offer substitute food. There is much to be said for presenting your child with a meal, expecting them to eat it and not offering any more if they do not: You have a choice: this or nothing, take it or leave it.
It’s always good idea to photograph the foods that you have been feeding to your kids.
I am confident that you can capture some great natural photos!