February 28, 2018

Why Is It Called An Eating Game?

Do you do battle regularly with a child who won’t eat a healthy variety of foods? Have you found something that helps? Why not use a game invented to help picky eaters change their eating habits. We need our kids to learn how important healthy eating is. What better ways for kids to learn than by having fun playing a game! This eating game easily becomes an independent daily routine that kids love.

It is serious business when a child will not eat a healthy diet. Who does not want their child to be healthy and able to learn and play well? So it is, when your child will only eat a few select foods that you worry. You try, but battles make it worse; you are really in a battle for control and unfortunately your child probably likes being in control right!

This is a serious business so you are wondering why I would invent a “game” as a solution. Well, I did invent it but I left the naming up to the 6 year old that I invented it for. He called it a “game” because it was fun! I agreed but with reservations until I realized that GAME could be an an acronym. Calling it a game that standsĀ  for Get Awesome Meals Everyday was a great idea! That is serious stuff!

Kids like to have fun, so there you have it! They have fun planning awesome meals everyday using The Eating Game and you have a healthier, happier child who is in control, making good choices having a much more varied diet of foods from all food groups. In fact your child may soon be planning the basics of your family meals and getting everyone eating better! Now that’s control! And the real bonus is that hopefully they have developed healthy eating habits that will last a lifetime. Amazing what can happen while you’re having fun!

Are you wondering how this game works? Take 2 minutes to learn that here.

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About Jean
Jean Nicol is the Inventor and Patents owner for The Eating Game. She is the owner of the business EYECAN CREATIONS Publications, the home base for all business related to The Eating Game. Jean is a retired Special Education Teacher who is a very passionate autism advocate. Her inspiration for creating The Eating Game was an autistic boy whose family wanted the best for him, starting with good health promoted by healthy eating. The Eating Game accomplished that for him and now many more children and their families around the world. Learn more at Jean enjoys contact with Eating Game users and will reply to emails as quickly as she can to answer any questions or concerns.

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