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 If you’re a parent, you may feel that getting your kids to eat healthily can sometimes be a challenge. One way to encourage your kids to eat more fruits and vegetables is by introducing them to cold-pressed juices. Not only are cold-pressed juices tasty and refreshing, but they’re  also packed with essential nutrients that can help support your child's growth and development. Here are some tips and tricks to get your little ones excited about cold-pressed juice and healthy eating.

Make it fun

funny fruits

Kids love anything that's fun and playful, so why not turn cold-pressed juice into a fun activity? Let your kids help choose the fruits and vegetables they want to use, and involve them in the juicing process. You can also use fun, colourful straws or special cups to make the experience more exciting.

Start small

If your child is hesitant about trying cold-pressed juice, start by offering them a small amount to try. You can also mix the juice with water or another favourite beverage to dilute the taste and make it more palatable.

Experiment with flavours


Cold-pressed juice can be made with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, so don't be afraid to experiment with different flavour combinations. Try adding a splash of lemon or lime juice for a tangy twist, or mix in some ginger for a spicy kick.

Sneak in veggies

kid eat veggie

If your child is a picky eater when it comes to vegetables, try sneaking some into their cold-pressed juice. Leafy greens like spinach and kale can be disguised in fruity blends, while carrots and beets can add a sweet, earthy flavour.

Educate them 

Kids are curious by nature, so take the opportunity to educate them about the health benefits of cold-pressed juice. Explain how the nutrients in the juice can help their bodies grow strong and healthy, and encourage them to try new fruits and vegetables to get a variety of nutrients.

Lead by Example

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Kids often model their behaviour after their parents, so lead by example and make cold-pressed juice a regular part of your own diet. Show your child that healthy eating is important to you, and they'll be more likely to follow suit.

In conclusion, cold-pressed juice can be a great way to get your kids excited about healthy eating. By making it fun, starting small, experimenting with flavours, sneaking in veggies, educating them, and leading by example, you can help your child develop a taste for nutritious fruits and vegetables.

So why not try making some cold-pressed juice with your little ones today?



Joanna Destiny