I have been quizzed on ‘Dad’s latest fad', by youngest son who has two of my Granddaughters who are very fussy eaters. He is hard pushed to get them to eat veggies or be in the slightest bit experimental in their meals. They seem reasonably healthy so far but he is a bit worried about their diet. No worries at all about the eldest’s two lasses who are very similar ages and have a very open approach to food and eat a very wide selection indeed.
He has a NutriBullet and has asked me about using that to try and and produce similar smoothies rather than juices. The research I have done would seem to indicate that the high speed reduction is far far thicker. Some nutrients might be destroyed by blending. There are pros and cons for both.
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The question in my son’s case would seem what would be the most acceptable for my two young fussy eaters to get used to?
My grandchildren were all reluctant to eat their greens, but their crafty parents blended up smoothies and called them 'Hulk' or 'Ninja Turtle' shakes.
Grandkids couldn't get them down their grid fast enough.
The power of marketing.