We all know for beautiful Graham, Haeske and Osbourne families. But... not all of us live in tropics and have assess to raw, ripen fruits all year round. I personally, have never tried, or even seen many of fruits such are cherimoya, papaya, mango, sapote... By saying this I do not mean to pity myself, you do not miss what u had not even know about. :P Where I live, in winter, even though I would do my best to obtain as much fruits and greens as possible, I would certainly add yams, lentils, buckwheat, millet, steamed broccoli and cauliflower to my kids' diet. That is at least what I have observed necessary so far, since in winters here we have so limited assess to fruits.
So, how would u feed your kids?
Myca, I am sure that the non forcing way in the BEST approach! :)
I believe it is possible to raise healthy raw kids in a cold country, with organic bananas as a staple food.
But, the problem with Serbia is that there is no organic bananas there. So, one question bothers me all the time.
What is better to eat - non-organic bananas or local organic potatoes? What is better long-term effect on health?
Another problem with Serbia is that there is no much good quality greens available during winter.
Luckily, I live in a cold Switzerland :) with very good organic bananas and very tasty baby spinach, organic lettuce and celery.
Thanks Nataša. :) Someone understand here... yap, winter is not the best for 811, but spring and summer are better.
I wonder that too. I found researches showing a link between potatoes consumption and kidney failure... and that cooked potatoes have plastic-like substance. Any thought on this?
Some great food ideas, definitively trying out with my little girls. Thanks!
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