Getting Junior to Junk Junk: The Times Of India

Getting Junior to Junk Junk: The Times Of India

Getting Junior to Junk Junk: The Times Of India

When entrepreneur Meghana Narayan had her first child, her food role model was her grandmom who lived till 94 and was very active. She started her daughter’s solid food intake with ragi porridge with a dash of jaggery, and traded refined sugar, oil, flour and transfat for millets, cold-pressed oils, non-antibiotic meat and lots of greens. 

"As a result of my keeping keeping her off refined sugar and salt, she doesn't have a taste for them," says Narayan. "Even though, she'll want a lollipop as it is colourful, she'll return it after a few licks." 

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