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When we are able to slow down and
find a more natural rhythm we can see,
without any confusion, that children
basically thrive on the same things that we
all thrive on -- simple, nourishing whole
foods; love; affection; and a supportive,
warm environment. These provide
the essentials for a growing digestive,
ner vous and immune system, the physical
nourishment their little bodies require.
At the same time, this more gentle
pace provides their minds with a steady
stream of healthy mental impressions to
feed their rapidly developing sense of
self identity. A safe environment that is
nurturing and stable enables them to
develop a view of the world that supports
them, uplifts them and gives them
confidence in themselves and others. And
isn't that exactly what we want?
recommendations aren't always easy to
implement, even a small movement in
this direction is a good thing. Not only
will it help us and our children to cultivate
greater health and contentment, it will
also encourage us to treasure and enjoy
the time we have together.
After all, before we know it, they will
be grown up and adults themselves! ●
* This article first appeared in the
newsletter of the Mudita Institute, Issue 5.
What Children Need More Of...
✔ Good quality oils such as ghee,
sunflower or olive oil for nourishing
their nervous systems
✔ Warm, cooked cow or goat milk
that is not homogenised
✔ Simple, cooked, unrefined whole
✔ Freshly harvested and cooked
vegetables and fruit
✔ Use just a little spice to aid
digestion (turmeric, cumin,
coriander, cardamom, fennel)...
get them stared early with tiny
✔ Structured mealtimes and a
regular bedtime as soon as they
are old enough
What Children Need Less Of...
✘ Processed food (tins, jars,
✘ Refined flours and sugar
✘ Deep fried food
✘ Tomato paste or sauce
✘ Highly salted or pickled food
✘ Peanut butter
✘ Plastic cheese
✘ Soft drinks
✘ Cold foods (iceblocks, ice cream,
✘ Packaged fruit juices (fresh is best)
✘ Packaged fruit
✘ Processed yoghurts
✘ Processed cold meats (metwurst,
✘ Irregular mealtimes and bedtimes
✘ Excess computer games and TV
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