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Healthy eating tips for busy families

Making sure that the family sticks to a well-balanced, healthy diet is not always easy, especially when trying to fit a busy schedule and raising kids.
But as a parent, we still need to make sure that our  children have a healthy balanced diet to makes sure they get all the essential vitamins, nutrients  and minerals for which is important for their growth and development.

However, don’t get discouraged just yet. Integrating small changes in your family’s routine can lead to better health outcomes.

To get started Beko Philippines, empowering new generations to live healthier, listed some tips to help improve your family’s diet.

Pack your own snacks 

Make sure to go for the healthy option whether you’re preparing a snack for yourself at work or for your kids at school. you can replace unhealthy food grubs with nuts, like almonds, hazelnuts, or pecans, which make for a healthy snack. You can also cut fruits in small cubes for easy snacking.

Packing a healthy snack before heading out is a great way of reducing your family’s sugar and sodium consumption.

Get your kids involved in the kitchen

Cooking with your children not only help them get excited about eating but, is also a good chance for them to eat healthier food choices. Giving your kids food options is also an excellent means to ensure that they eat healthy since it allows them to have a hand in choosing what they want. However, don’t forget to give them tasks that are tailored to their age and ability.

Create a meal plan every week

Instead of squandering your time every day thinking about new recipes, why not prepare it in advance? It not only helps you save money, but it also makes sticking to your diet significantly easier since you have control of what goes into your meal. In creating a meal plan every week, make sure to buy fresh ingredients.

Storing your food properly is pivotal in keeping your family healthy. To ensure that your food products are always fresh, consider using RCNT415E50VZWB, 14.6 cubic feet, Inverter refrigerator by Beko Philippines.

This refrigerator has an EverFresh+® technology, which is perfect for those diet-delayers. It allows unused fruit and vegetables to sit comfortably in a special crisper compartment for up to 30 days.

The RCNT415E50VZWB also comes with a Beko ProSmart™ Inverter Compressor so you can open the door of the fridge for a good nose inside, as well as adapt and create fewer temperature variations to cool your food quickly.

Meanwhile, its NeoFrost™ dual cooling technology helps to maintain high humidity in the fridge, while keeping the freezer dry, frozen and frost-free. Coupled with two times faster cooling, this system retains moisture for longer it. And, with two separate fans, there are no nasty odor transfers between the fridge and freezer compartments. Its IonGuard® technology also helps remove odors in your fridge by circulating negative ions that neutralize bacteria and particles that cause odors.

Lastly, its Beko Active Fresh Blue Light™ technology protects vitamin C intensity in vegetables and keep the natural flavors and nutritional elements in your healthy food intact.

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Aizza Sebastian said…
Thanks Momsh for sharing tips on how to prepare healthy foods for our families..Makakatulong po mga yan para po mtulungan ang kids nmen at ang buong pamilya paano mging healthy in our own little ways.God bless us all Momsh! Keep on inspiring us Momsh!

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Jessica said…
Mas okay nga mamsh yung mag plan food for a week hirap magisip araw araw lalo na dapat healthy pa rin. Thanks for sharing mamsh!
jennifer londe said…
Naku jan ako lagi nahihirapan mommy ang mag isip ng ulam araw araw kaya napaka thankful at madami ako natutunan na tips sayo
Aiza Gregorio said…
Thank you sa dagdag tips moms.. Kaya natutuwa ako pag may bago kang post na mga ulam kasi araw araw yan lagi ang problem ko as a mom. Lalo na kung minsan mapili ang mga anak ko sa ulam. Thank you so much moms.
Lorelyn Amaro said…
True po, dapat talaga importante anh kalusugan para sa ating pamilya..bsai nga nila eh, the family that eats healthy together stay together..hehehe..ako mas gusto ko yung ako naghahanda o nagluluto ng babaunin nila kesa sa laging bibili sa labas, kasi mas gusto ko talaga yung nagluluto ako eh..
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Melanie Calosor said…
True mamsh me po kahit na mahirap talga mag prepare nang food araw araw talanag iniisip ko po dapat healthy yung maipapakain ko sa family ko lalo na sa mga kids ko.
True po momsh isa din po sa araw araw kung iniisip kung anung lulutuing ulam...
Unknown said…
Mahirap po talaga magisip ng lulutuin sa araw araw, pero mas preferred ko palagi ang veggies and fish.
Unknown said…
Mahirap po talaga magisip ng lulutuin sa araw araw, pero mas preferred ko palagi ang veggies and fish.

July 11, 2019 at 7:20 PM

Maribel N Cordovilla
Hiraap talaga magisip ng lukutuin lalo na hindi nmn ako chef kaya minsan nagbabasa ako ng mga cooking recipe para maiba nmn po hehe at ang kids ko pinapatulong ko sa pagluluto nageenjiy nmn sila hehe
True po isa Sa mga mahirap na trabaho bilang isang ilaw ng tahann Ay ang mag isip ng ulam araw araw lalo na at tight budget hehe
Unknown said…
My daily menu is already on the list, the problem is minsan may kulang sa recipe ko and need a replacment if may option.

Cordovilla Navora Maribel
Babeth arcede said…
Thanks for this momsh super helpful nito
Vanessa atuli said…
Wow! Thanks for sharing. Mahirap talaga magisip araw araw ng ipeprepare na pagkain
Unknown said…
Thanks for sharing

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