Background: Studies show the average kilocalories require for the kids, but the curves and numbers are only guidelines and the correct food and nutrition depend on kid's body type and level of activity. Parents often underestimate their role in the development of healthy eating habits. Speaking positively to your children about healthy foods and role modelling balanced eating is the first step in helping kids develop a healthy relationship with food.
Problem: Mothers (especially working mothers) are struggling to have a consistent and regular meal plan for their kids that is fast to make and is nutritious.
Solution: Nutri is an app that provides healthy, nutritious and easy to cook meal plans and recipes for kids based on their age, body type, level of activity
Research and idea :
Kids go through major physical and mental growth between the ages 4 and 13, therefore the food intake at this age has to be nutritious and it has to be on schedule
Teaching kids positive eating behaviours during childhood can set them up with healthy eating habits for life. Developing a positive relationship with food, as well as a balanced approach to eating, can lead to better health outcomes in the long run.
Children need regular 3 meals a day and 1 to 3 snacks