Getting Your Child to Eat More Fruit [Enuresis, Bedwetting Stories, Bed Wetting, How to Stop Bedwetting, Bedwetting Alarms, Bedwetting in Teenagers, Bedwetting, Pediatric Physical Therapy]
Boosting your child's health food consumption isn't hard and is REALLY important to maintain a happy bladder, which in turn will help reduce accidents and bedwetting.
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Foods With Lots of Fibers:
Getting Your Child To Eat More Fruit
- Add sliced bananas or fresh summer berries to your child's breakfast cereal or oatmeal.
- Make a delicious fruit smoothie for breakfast or a snack by blending frozed fruit with fresh fruit, and nonfat or almond milk. Tip: Keep sliced just-past-ripe bananas in the freezer and ready to go to add a lot of natural sweetness and a creamy texture!
- Use a melon baller to make a fresh fruit salad. Kids (and adults) love fruits shaped like balls.
- Have some bonding time with your little one and assemble a fruit pizza for a treat! Use cookie-dough crust, cream cheese sweetened with a dash of agave sweetner or honey, and a pinch of cinnamon, and plenty of fresh fruit.
- Have your child create a fresh fruit face plate, using, for example, blueberries for the eyes, kiwi slices for the ears, a strawberry for the nose, peach slices for the mouth, and so on! Just have fun with it as there's plenty of options to choose from!
Are You Interested In Your Child Having a Happy Bladder?
Great! Check out this helpful eBook that delves even further into this topic!
You get information on:
- the pelvic floor muscles,
- how the bladder works,
- finding your bladder, and
- nutrition suggestions that will help to reduce symptoms of incontinence!
Reference: Hodges, S. J., & Schlosberg, S. (2012). It's no accident: Breakthrough solutions to your child's wetting, constipation, UTIs, and other potty problems. Guilford, CT: Lyons Press.