Food & Nutrition Child Developement
Healthier Chinese New Year Snacks
With all the house-hopping and reunion dinners, it's very easy to overindulge during Chinese New Year. But just because it's a once a year event, doesn't mean you should eat all the bak kwa, pineapple tarts, kueh lapis or kueh bangkit that are in front of you!
You can set a good example for your kids by having only healthy snacks at home, bringing healthy snacks when you visit someone, or feeding your kids healthy snacks before meeting friends and family. You are all less likely to overeat this way. Just make sure to keep setting a good example for the rest of the year too, by reducing sugar in your kids' diets.
Here are some picks for healthy snacks for Chinese New Year.
Cover Photo by Andrew Haimerl on Unsplash
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