A regular diet. At all times of the year it is very important for children to eat different foods at more or less the same time of day. If there is no daily routine, a child may be exposed to digestive problems, since some of the substances in sweets may arise hyperactivity, decrease appetite and cause other health related issues.
Nutrients are more important than a feeling of satiety. One of the biggest mistakes made by parents is a desire to feed a child so that he or she would be full. However, you need to think what to eat in order to get all vitamins, minerals, proteins, carbohydrates and fats from healthy sources, not just to “clog” the stomach.
Fruits and vegetables are a reprieve on hot days. Especially on hot days, it is necessary to eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, such as watermelons, melons, apples, bananas and other fruits and vegetables, and drink more water. Instead of ice cream, candy, chips and other treats, try offering fruits. If your kids still want something sweet, suggest eating some homemade jelly, homemade ice cream or yoghurt.
Do not forget water. Children should drink lots of water, because they do not sit in one place and they are always active. You should void soft drinks and sugary drinks.