No matter your age or your current eating habits, it’s never too late to change your diet.
Our first experiences with food tend to impact our eating habits for the rest of our lives, so the best time to teach good dietary habits is during the early years. Globally, children's diets are loaded with foods made with trans fats, excess salt, sugar and refined wheat flour. Childhood obesity is increasing by the day, and kids are developing allergies and health problems linked to unhealthy foods. Our eating pattern has adversely affected the health of our little ones. To resolve this, Shauravi Malik and Meghana Narayan, Co-founders, Slurrp Farm, have addressed the everyday food decisions that shape our children’s eating habits positively:
Include a variety of superfoods that can fight illness-causing toxins, keeps weight in check, and reduces the risk of heart diseases, type-2 diabetes, and several other life-threatening health issues. In addition, wholesome meals give you more energy and boost confidence, and help you feel better. After all, you are what you eat.