Eating Cleaner is a Good Habit to Make

September 14, 2009
Eat Cleaner Wipes in Action

Eat Cleaner Wipes in Action

I firmly believe we are a product of our environment, and our children are sponges.  If you teach them today, it sets a lifelong habit of doing the right thing.

My 3 year old and 8 year old are examples of this.  They know what’s good for them to eat and prepare their own lunches.  They don’t turn their noses up at fruit and vegetables – although it took several attempts at brussel sprouts and beets before I could get them to buy in – but alas, they are now champions (Note: It takes up to 8 times before a child – and adults – becomes comfortable with a new food.)  Same thing  for cleaning habits.  If they learn how to clean their food thoroughly, they’ll do it as easily as they rinse with water.

Take my son for instance.  He’s 3 and knows how to wipe an apple and consistently asks his teacher and friends if their fruit has been washed with Eat Cleaner.  Same with my 8 year old.  She knows the drill and uses our Wash + Dryer Kit like a pro.  We eat a ton of fruit and vegetables, chicken and seafood and we always marvel at the before and after difference.  She makes salads, uses the apple slicer to cut up fruit and has no problems making vegetable ribbons with the peeler.   The preparation of food is just as important as eating in our household.  At the end of the day, they’re connected to what goes into their bodies.

Eating cleaner is a good habit to make and the younger, the better.   Check it out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qeBnaSYnj90


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