Kids Healthy Food Plate

The child’s healthy diet plate is a visual guide to help children educate and encourage them to eat to keep well and stay healthy. The child’s healthy food plate, with the primary focus on the quality of the diet, shows important messages similar to a healthy food plate, but the children are designed to further facilitate the education of healthy eating behavior.

Creating a healthy and balanced diet

By eating different types of foods our food remains interesting and tasty. It is the key to a healthy and balanced diet because each meal contains a unique blend of nutrients – macronutrients (carbohydrate, protein, and fat) and micronutrients (vitamins and minerals). Kids’ Healthy Eating Plate helps us to provide the best food choices.
Divide the other half between the whole grain and healthy food, with filling half of our plate (and choosing them as snacks) with colored vegetables and fruits:

Kids Vegetables

More veggies – and greater variety – better. Potatoes and French fries are not counted due to the negative effects on blood sugar in the form of vegetables.

Kids Fruits

Eat plenty of fruits in all colors. Choose whole fruit or chopped fruit. Limit fruit juice to a small glass per day.

Kids Grains

Go for whole grains or foods made from processed whole grains. Cereals less processed, better Whole grains- Whole wheat, brown rice, quinoa, and foods made with them, such as whole-grain pasta and 100% whole-wheat bread-white rice, bread, pizza crust, pasta, blood sugar and one on insulin Genetic effect, and other refined cereals.

Kids Healthy Protein

Choose beans and peas, nuts, seeds, and other plant-based healthy protein alternatives, as well as fish, eggs, and poultry. Limit red meat (beef, pork, lamb) and avoid processed meat (bacon, daily meats, hot dogs, sausages).

It is also important to remember that fat is an essential part of our diet, and what matters most is what we eat. We should regularly select healthy unsaturated fat foods (such as healthy oils from fish, nuts, seeds, and plants), limit high foods in saturated fats (especially red meat), and unhealthy trans fat.

Kids Healthy Oil

Extra virgin olives, canola, corn, sunflower, and peanut oil from plants, such as salads and vegetables in cooking, and use healthy oils on the table. Limit butter to occasional use.

Dairy foods are required in small quantities compared to other foods on our plate:

Kids Dairy

Choose milk, plain curd, low amount of cottage cheese and other non-cooked dairy foods. Milk and other dairy products are a convenient source of calcium and vitamin D, but optimum consumption of dairy products has not been determined yet and research is still evolving. Ask the doctor about the potential calcium and vitamin D supplements for very little or without taking milk.

Water should be a beverage of choice with every meal and breakfast, as well as when we are active:

Kids Water longer

Water is the best choice to quench our thirst. It is also sugar-free, and the closest faucet is easy to find.
Limit juice – Avoid sugar as much sugar as soda – a small glass per day, and avoid sugary drinks such as soda, fruit drinks, and sports drinks, which provide a lot of calories and virtually no other nutrients Are not there. Over time, drinking sugary beverages can increase weight and increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and other problems.

In the end, like choosing the right food items, being active, adding our day to physical activity is part of the recipe to keep healthy:

Kids Stay Active

Children and adolescents should aim at least one hour of physical activity per day, and they do not require fancy equipment or a gym.

Top Natural Health Remedies for Children

Most parents know the basics of keeping kids healthy, like offering them healthy foods, making sure they get enough sleep, exercise and ensuring their safety.

Honey and Lemon Juice for a Sore Throat

Lemon dries up congestion and honey provide a soothing coating. A recent study found that a spoonful of honey eased kids’ coughs even better than cough medicine.

  • Mix together a tablespoon of each honey and lemon.
  • Microwave for 20 seconds until warm (not hot), and give your child.
  • Caution: It’s good to consult with a doctor for under 1-year babies.

Chamomile Tea for Colic

You can give chamomile tea to your infant to relax intestinal muscles and calm down.

  • Steep tea for 4 to 5 minutes.
  • Let it cool to room temperature, and then put one to two ounces in a bottle.

Don’t give your baby more than four ounces a day so that child has plenty of room in their tummy for breast milk.

Baking Soda for Bug Bites

Baking-soda paste stopped the itching better than artificial products. The alkaline baking soda helps counteract the acidic swelling.

  • Mix a teaspoon of baking soda with just enough water to make a thick paste.
  • Smear it on the bites, and let it dry.

Cayenne Pepper for Nosebleeds

This spice helps blood clot, and it has been used medicinally in cultures around the world.

  • Keep your child’s head upright and pinch his nostrils together for several minutes.
  • Then sprinkle a pinch of ground cayenne pepper on a moistened cotton swab and dab inside the nose on the area of the bleeding.

Junk Drawer: Duct Tape for Warts

The grey fabric tape seems to irritate warts — which can be surprisingly stubborn — and inhibit their growth.

  • Place a small piece on the skin over your child’s wart, but not so tightly that it hurts.
  • Change the tape whenever it starts to get icky; in about a month, the wart should be gone.

A Bubble Wand for Anxiety

Breathing slowly and deeply will help your child relax when she or he is feeling stressed. Have your child blow long, slow streams of bubbles from the soapy wand.

A Bandanna for Headaches

Wrapping several ice cubes in a dish towel will help soothe your child’s head pain (never place ice directly on his skin because it’ll burn), but it’ll be hard for him to hold it in place for long.

To keep the towel-wrapped ice from slipping, press it against his forehead or temples and secure it with a bandanna tied at the back of his neck.

A Sock for Tummy or Neck Pain

Instead of buying a heat wrap, make one by filling a sock with uncooked rice and tying it closed with a string.

  • Microwave the sock for one minute or until warm, and place it wherever your child has pain.
  • When it cools off, microwave it again.

Your Blow-Dryer for Swimmer’s Ear

This painful inflammation of the outer ear traps liquid and possibly bacteria. If the area has become infected, your pediatrician will probably prescribe antibiotic drops. But for mild cases, you can try evaporating the trapped water by standing a foot away from your child and aiming the dryer on the warm (not hot) setting at her/his ear.

Fresh Ginger Tea for Car Sickness

Ginger stops the stomach contractions that tell your child’s brain he feels nauseous. For children ages 2 and older,

  • Add a teaspoon of shredded fresh ginger to four ounces of boiling water, and let it steep for four to five minutes.
  • You can add a bit of honey to make it taste better.
  • After it has cooled, have your child drink it a half hour before getting into the car.

A Credit Card for a Bee Sting

If a bee or wasp stings your child, remove the stinger to prevent additional venom from entering the wound. In order to avoid squeezing the stinger, which can spread the venom, use the flat edge of a credit card to gently scrape across the area until the stinger comes out.

Kids Diseases

If you have kids, then you have colds. Children aged one to three will experience six to nine minor illnesses each year, while four to six-year-olds will fall ill four to six times yearly.

As a parent, you also know that viruses and bacteria love a crowd. Chances are you’ll be next in line once your child comes home with body aches and a runny nose. If your children have siblings or attend a school or daycare, then they will likely fall ill ten times or more each year.

Your kids are going to get sick no matter how hard you try to prevent it. However, there are many natural remedies you can use to not only boost your immune system but lessen the length and severity of illness if you or your kids do get sick.

Children’s Burns

Often, many children are burnt with fire or any substance, due to sports or sports events. For the above reasons, glucose saline is needed to save the lives of children when less or more water is released. Normal saline can also be given with glucose.
On the burning of 9 percent or more, 5 percent of glucose and 0.18 percent of sodium chloride should be inserted in the vein route instead of isotonic solution.

Cholera (Haiza)

If children have symptoms of cholesterol then normal saline should be given after giving glucose saline. Normal saline and glucose saline can also be used simultaneously. 5 percent glucose is used in 2 parts normal saline, one part of soda bicarb, and one portion of hypotonic saline solution. This type of solution is inserted from the ratio of body weight per one ounce to a speed of 2 minutes per ounce, by the vein path. Keep the speed of 2 minutes per ounce up to 2-4 ounces. After that, the speed can be slowed. If there is no more intense phase, it can be slow-linked only from the beginning. After this, insert the normal saline into the vein route with 5% glucose gradually.