What’s Where?


This infographic can teach kids where they can find different healthy options in their kitchens. It gives helpful tips on where to store the different healthy options and ways to store them so you can keep them around for longer before they go bad. If kids have awareness about where the different snacks are located, then they can make healthier decisions. Another way to have kids eat healthier is to take them grocery shopping with you so they are able to pick out the things that look good to them and then you can be sure they will eat them. I found this infographic to be very helpful towards parents and kids both. The kids can see where they can get their different healthy snacks from and the parents now see how they can properly store items in the kitchen so their kids can enjoy a healthy life!


Obesity rates rising?


This infographic does a really nice job of outlining some ways your kids can make sure they stay active as the amount of time to play is cut down in schools. There are many great facts about kids and how much exercise they should be getting and how many kids aren’t quite reaching that goal. It says a really shocking statistic “1 in 3 of all children born in 2000 and later will suffer from diabetes sometime in their life” if the problem of exercise is not resolved, or at least improved. There are ways that don’t make the kids go out of their way to get in that exercise such as jumping jacks during commercials on TV, family walking, ect. I found this infographic to be very helpful and does a good job at showing that if changes aren’t made here in the near future… our KIDS will SUFFER tremendously!

Sports Fueling for Kids!

Teaching kids how to eat right to reach peak performance in sports


For children to excel in sports and just to be healthier this infographic really illustrates the types of foods and what kids should be putting into their bodies. I chose this for my blog because it does a really good job at showing and telling you the types of food that will make sure your performance can be at tip top shape. The infographic shows some good ideas of things to eat for breakfast, a snack in the middle of the day, and a way to end the day with a healthy dinner. The other strong part of this particular illustration is the actual pictures of the foods they are suggesting. Another part I like is when to eat these the foods they suggest (i.e. before or after sport) and to make sure kids are consuming a lot of water to stay hydrated throughout their sport and day in general.

Live Naturally; Love Healthy

How to enjoy healthy options!


This infographic is important because it’s telling parents to help their kids chose healthy options. It gives facts about the increasing of diseases in our country, in hope that parents will see these and not want their kids to develop these diseases. It also tells some facts about food and what unhealthy foods can do to your body trying to persuade parents to not give in to what the kids always want. It gives ideas on how to help kids want to make the healthy choices (i.e. taking kids to the store to pick out healthy foods, “clean plate” rule, eat together, ect.). The most strong point of this infographic is healthy alternatives to what kids want to eat (i.e. frozen greek yogurt instead of ice cream, fruit instead of cookies). This is a good guide and once kids get into a habit of eating healthy, when they stop they don’t feel well. That’s why it’s best to have kids start early so they grow up with it, however it is never too late to change your ways as long as you’re determined on helping your kids or even yourself!