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Fun Children’s Books That Motivate Healthy Eating

Get start on making those healthy habits fun, and the results will come!

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Healthy eating often becomes a chore for youngsters. So why not get ahead of this bad image and learn together about amazing recipes, ideas that encourage healthy eating?

The key is starting early, and using this amazing collection of books whose authors know what things excite children. Fun activities with the family, learning about moderation, and more is just made fun and diverse!

We’ve got books on baking which can be intermixed with books on vegetarian recipes – all these books teach the fun of cooking in a healthy way – no excuses for the adults, neither!

 

#1 Why Can’t I Have a Cupcake? by Betsy Childs

Why Can't I Have a Cupcake? by Betsy Childs
Navigating food allergies and sensitivities as a child is very challenging. This book not only helps children with dietary restrictions understand the importance of advocating for themselves and following through with their way of eating, but also to help these children understand that they aren’t alone. It’s an excellent read for children without dietary restrictions as well to better understand and support their family members or friends who need to eat differently than they do.

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#2 I Can’t Eat This Stuff (How to Get Your Toddler to Eat Their Vegetables) by Liz Fletcher

I Can't Eat This Stuff (How to Get Your Toddler to Eat Their Vegetables) by Liz Fletcher
A story about a a courageous elephant trying vegetables and realizing how beneficial they are to the body. This book has received outstanding reviews and has encouraged children to eat vegetables themselves Highly recommend.

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#3 Generation Exercise by Len Saunders

Generation Exercise by Len Saunders
With an increase in diabetes, asthma, hypertension, lower life expectancy, and other diseases correlated to a rise in childhood obesity and sedentary lifestyles, it is more important than ever for adults to model and children to learn healthy habits. Regular exercise provides the strength, stamina, coordination, and flexibility that leads to happier, healthier, and longer lives. It helps reduce stress, improves self-image, and enhances performance—and physical fitness also teaches perseverance and sportsmanship, life lessons that are valuable whether you are five or ninety-five. Indeed, the health and wellness of every age groups is enhanced if we are all part of Generation Exercise.

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#4 Kid Chef Bakes by Lisa Huff

Kid Chef Bakes by Lisa Huff
The author is a mother of two who brings out clear different recipes in this child cookbook. The recipes and learning tools are of different variety ranging from Roasted Strawberry Shortcakes to Sprinkle Cake Pops. I recommend this book to any child since it inspires and tutors in different aspects.

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#5 Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert

Eating the Alphabet by Lois Ehlert
The book teaches about fruits and vegetables with regard to the alphabets. The book features vibrant colored collage illustrations that make them appealing to kids hence, wreaking an inevitable appetite.

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#6 Hashem’s Candy Store by Bracha Goetz

Hashem's Candy Store by Bracha Goetz
What do you think you would see If you opened the door- What would you find on the shelves In Hashem’s Candy Store? In this adorable book by bestselling author Bracha Goetz, kids will learn the most amazing things about some of the yummiest candy available on the market-namely, the delicious fruits and vegetables that God created. Children will devour the captivating rhymes and illustrations…and don’t be surprised if you soon find them beginning to devour their fruits and veggies, too!

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#7 Fat Head Kids by Tom Naughton

Fat Head Kids by Tom Naughton
No, we’re not telling kids their heads are fat. In his humorous documentary Fat Head, filmmaker Tom Naughton demonstrated that much of the official advice about healthy eating is wrong – so wrong that it’s created a record number of kids who are overweight, can’t concentrate in school, and have health problems kids should never experience. Many fans of the film (who call themselves “fat heads”) have shared the same thought with Naughton: I’m glad I finally lost weight and got healthy. But I wish someone had explained all this to me when I was a kid. My whole life would have been different.

Fat Head Kids explains what kids need to know about diet and health by taking them on a journey aboard a biological starship. By seeing how the crew members are programmed to respond to foods, kids learn what makes us fat (and no, it’s not just about calories), how bad food makes “boy boobs, why food sets our mood, and why industrial food causes health problems ranging from diabetes to ADHD. Finally, kids learn how their biological starship was programmed to thrive on the Planet of Real Foods.

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#8 Eat More Colors by Breon Williams

Eat More Colors by Breon Williams
When you’re looking for an educational, entertaining book for young kids, Eat More Colors by Breon Williams is the perfect present. Through witty rhymes and captivating pictures, your child will learn about eating healthy and naturally in a fun way! Although your child may be too young to fully grasp what it means to eat healthy, by showing them different shapes, colors, and sizes of fruits and vegetables, you are familiarizing them with these food groups at a young age. The more exposure they have to healthy items, the more likely they will be to expand their palate and try new foods!

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#9 Kids’ Fun and Healthy Cookbook by Nicola Graimes

Kids' Fun and Healthy Cookbook by Nicola Graimes
This is one of the best books about children’s nutrition, written by Nicola Graimes. Kid’s fun and healthy Cookbook has more than 100 recipes with full-color photographic detail. If you read this book, you will found a huge collection for kids that encourage them to eat healthily and help them to understand what they eat and how it affects their bodies.

This book is a collection of a lot of good recipes and food information. “Kid’s Fun and Healthy Cookbook” has information about how some foods help your body and are good for you. Each of the recipes explains with step by step pictures, which helps little chefs to understand quickly and detail that makes them nutritious. This book teaches your children how to cook unprocessed, real food, and how to keep himself healthy and nutritious.

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#10 Good Enough to Eat by Lizzy Rockwell

Good Enough to Eat by Lizzy Rockwell
Good Enough to Eat includes kid-friendly recipes such as Alphabread and Full o’ Beans Soup, and even shows kids how to test their food for fat. Perfect for parents, educators, librarians, and doctors trying to explain healthy eating to kids!

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Contributors to this article
Sharon McCaskill from The Helpful GF

Stefanie Lesser from Hope & Love Radio

Len Saunders from LenSaunders

Stella Samuel from Brandnic

Bracha Goetz from Spiritual Books

Regina Gysel from FatHead-Movie

Adina Mahalli from Maple Holistics

Shawn Lockery from NemaMetrix Inc

Osama from Decrum

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