Patient Education More than just a Meal for International Children’s Day

Using the right food to fuel your little one’s young body and mind is a very important for their upbringing. Eating healthy, being active and living a positive lifestyle helps their bodies to acquire the nutrients they need in order to grow big and strong, and to help them reach their full potential.



Eating healthy is especially important at a young age as the food we consume while we’re young gives our bodies the necessary energy and nutrients it needs to grow. Not only this, but with so much pent-up energy running through our bodies at a young age, eating the right kinds of foods will keep our bodies healthy.



Eating meals together as a family


Make meal times an important part of the day in your household by eating meals together as a family around the table. Eating together can leave a lasting impact on your children, give them a more positive outlook on life and family, help them with self-esteem issues and help them do better in school.



Try for breakfast and supper time


When it comes to breakfast, make sure you do a breakfast check with them, ensuring that they’re getting everything they need in a healthy breakfast. A breakfast check will help them realise what they need to eat in order to get all the right vitamins, minerals and energy sources in order to get the most out of their upcoming day at school, and excel on the sport’s field too.

When it comes to supper time, getting input from the little ones goes the same route as breakfast. While they are involved, they will learn about what their bodies need in order to grow, while educating them on proper supper times will help their metabolisms work effectively into their adult years.



Meals and meal times have become part of our everyday routines and many people don’t give it more thought than that. However, when considering the nutritional value of food as well as the spiritual value, everyone would have a completely different view.



Learn more about healthy breakfasts and do the Rama Breakfast Check with your kids here.