Don’t forget that children imitate adults, so set a good example!
Milk and dairy products such as milk, cheese, yoghurt, buttermilk
Fresh vegetables and fruits, freshly squeezed juices
Fish and other products containing omega-3
Nuts (hazelnuts, walnuts)
Meat and meat products, legumes
Bread and cereals
Foods containing saturated fat and trans fats such as chips, fried foods, chocolate, pastry products with cream, salami, sausage, hamburger
Ready-made foods with high salt content, such as sauces (ketchup, mayonnaise, mustard, etc.), pickled foods and pickles, snacks (such as chips, popcorn, cereal bar)
Foods with high sugar content, such as all types of chocolates, soda/carbonated beverages, candies, sweetened fruit juices, bakery products such as cakes and cookies.
In this section, activities are planned for children in order to develop their skills and knowledge for distinguishing between healthy and unhealthy foods and creating adequate and balanced meals.
These tools can be suggested by health professionals to parents.
ACHIEVEMENT: Being able to categorize nutrients in the 5 main food groups