Why Gardening Is Good for Your Kids (Infographic)
Kids that garden eat more fruits and vegetables, get more exercise and enjoy other benefits. Learn how to start your kids on the path to gardening this summer.
What’s the best way to get kids to eat their veggies? Serve veggies that are truly “theirs” — ones they plant, tend and harvest personally.
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“Kids are much more open to tasting new foods they make — or in this case, grow — themselves,” says Jennifer Willoughby, RD, of Cleveland Clinic’s Pediatric Nutrition Support Team.
Try it this summer. Here’s how to start your kids on the path to gardening.