Four Food Myths We Tell Kids

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The Daily mail has a list of food myths we tell our kids just so they actually eat their food at dinner time.  Here are a couple of them.

–31% of parents tell their kids that eating the crusts on their bread will give them curly hair.

–29% tell their kids that milk will make them strong.

–25% tell their kids eating carrots will help them see in the dark or have better eye sight.

–11% tell their kids that POPEYE is real and eating spinach makes you strong.

I always tell my kids if they eat a particular food…could be any…that it will put hair on their chest.  That totally grosses out my daughter.  Which, in a weird way, is fun for me.

Read more from the article here.

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