Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) January 24, 2013
On January 24, 2013, Quorn Foods Inc. responds to a Babble article by Beth Anne Ballance concerning how to go vegetarian along with your child using easy vegetarian meals.
According to the Babble article, “it seems to me that a ton of mommas are interested in how to go vegetarian with a toddler.” The article mentions that the secret behind it is like anything else when dealing with children, lots and lots of patience.
The article states that bread is a good staple in their diet and that, “Bread isn't just carbs and going straight to your hips - it can also be rich in nutrients and fiber and iron, as long as you pick whole-grain carbs.” Vitamin C consumption is also stressed by the article. The article recommends giving oranges as snacks and putting tomato sauce on their pasta as easy ways to get them vitamin C.
The article reports that parents must find ways to sneak vegetables in. Babble states that chopping up carrots into spaghetti or blending spinach into a smoothie are ways to sneak veggies into your child’s diet.
Quorn Foods Inc. applauds the article for its helpful tips on using easy vegetarian meals to go vegetarian with kids. “These little tips are very helpful when trying to get kids to follow a vegetarian diet, since they are notoriously picky eaters,” said Quorn representative David Wilson. “Quorn also offers products like vegetarian chik’n nuggets that kids will love. As long as it’s tasty, kids will eat it!”
Quorn Foods launched nationally in the US in 2002. Unlike other vegetarian food companies, Quorn foods use mycoprotein: a naturally occurring, healthy form of protein that replicates the taste and texture of meat while being significantly lower in saturated fats and calories. Quorn Foods offer a wide range of products including ready to serve meals, food for your barbecue, breaded meat substitutes, snacks and components to make your own meals from scratch. The wonderful taste of Quorn meatless meals provides the taste of the foods you love without sacrificing nutrition.