Sometimes I wonder if other people get as much pleasure as I do from seeing their children eat healthy food. There is just something so reassuring about it, knowing that vitamins and nutrients are being flooded through their growing bodies.
Luckily, on these hot, summer August days, smoothies are a big hit in my home. My ‘go to’ smoothie for my kids contains almond milk, some frozen or fresh berries, and a bit of raw honey. Berries are high in fiber, potassium, and vitamins A and C. My kids love the taste and I love the nutrition.
Just recently I decided to take a chance by adding one more ingredient to their smoothies, hoping they wouldn’t notice.
I have to admit something. Before I got into this whole health thing, I used to hear about super foods and feel intimidated. I thought the only people who really knew about them and ate them were hard core health nuts – like we’re talking juicers, raw foodists, vegans, etc.
But then I started doing my research, started learning more about these super foods, and slowly started trying them.
And I have news for you – it actually is NOT difficult to incorporate them into your diet, and I am going to show you how!