Let’s face it, it is nearly impossible to eat healthy as adults, let alone trying to nurture children.

Let’s face it, it is nearly impossible to eat healthy as adults, let alone trying to nurture children.

Let’s face it, it is nearly impossible to eat healthy as adults, let alone trying to nurture children. There is always some birthday or holiday party with cake, candy, or ice cream. Even when I go to the bank they give my children lollipops. I refuse to be a maniac and constantly say no (it is what it is, sugar and chemicals). Or we are just running late and Dunkin Donuts or McDonalds unfortunately is the easiest snack (I hate when I feed my children these things but it happens and I have learned to forgive myself). In general the food we have access to is junk, plain and simple. Even if you buy and eat 100% organic (which I do and try) the products are out of our control. However, what gives me peace of mind is the two things I taught them and can control; taking vitamins and drinking a lot of water. At least I know they are getting basic building blocks they need and purifying their bodies daily (we are 90% water and drinking it flushes out the toxins and chemicals). These fundamental things have kept my children extremely active and healthy. I buy organic vitamins but simple Flintstone vitamins are great too.

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