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Healthy Meals for Kids

Wondering if your child is getting enough and necessary nutrients for proper growth & development? Worried about growing health concerns among kids such as malnutrition, overweight, and obesity, caused by their fussy eating habits and inclination towards fast & junk foods.  Your busy life leaves little or no time to cook for your little-loved one? Can’t ensure the maids you hired is cooking healthy. Not sure if breakfast/lunch at school is fresh and healthy? 

As parents, we do everything we can to provide a good, healthy environment for our kids. Sometimes though, even with our best efforts, our children can suffer from nutritional deficiencies. Now, It’s time to say bye-bye to these worries and welcome NUTERRO’s healthy food in the lives of your children that’s been designed by the chief pediatric nutritionist and handcrafted by the expert chef.

We at Nuterro believe that every child is special and different so does their nutritional requirements. Personalized nutrition plan is prepared by our chief pediatric nutritionist based on your kid’s daily nutritional requirement and physical activity. Fresh & healthy customized meals are made from scratch and deliver to school or home directly from our kitchen.

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Healthy Meals for Kids at Nuterro are…

  • Designed by Chief Pediatric nutritionist and crafted by creative chef
  • Our perfectly balanced, nutrient-dense meals are designed to ensure that your kids have the fuel to get through the day, keeping their bodies energized and their brains focused
  • Calorie, protein, carbs and Fat counted so you know what your kid is eating
  • Meals are low in cholesterol, low in fat, high in fiber and have right amount of protein along with essential vitamins and minerals for your kid
  • We are passionate about creating consistently great-tasting, healthy food that makes kids excited to see what's "in their box" every day
  • Freshly cooked from scratch every day, prepared with locally sourced, seasonal and best quality ingredients
  • No artificial sweeteners, supplements or substitutes
  • Utmost care is taken while cooking to minimize nutrition-loss of the food and also to ensure that they remain fresh irrespective of the time your kid is consuming it
  • Dishes are prepared with specialized care so as to ensure its nutritive value is intact and at the same time keeping it simple with lesser oil and spices
  • Packed in hygienic, contaminated proof, easy to use, eat-in packaging, food-grade disposable and microwavable boxes


We deliver healthy and tasty meals – breakfast and lunch, at home or school

We partner with schools in Gurgaon to elevate their lunch programs, providing kids with fresh, high-quality meals, just as we would prepare for our own children at home. 

We also provide nutrition counselling for parents

What is nutrition?

Nutrition refers to everything that your child eats and drinks. Your child’s body uses nutrients from food to function properly and stay healthy. Nutrients include carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. In the right amounts, nutrients give your child energy to grow, learn, and be active.

Calories are the amount of energy in the foods and drinks your child consumes. Children need a certain amount of calories to grow and develop. But if your child takes in more calories than his or her body needs, the extra calories will be stored as body fat.


Why is proper nutrition important?

Poor nutrition can cause health problems, malnutrition, overweight, and obesity. Some of the health problems associated with poor nutrition can be very serious, especially as your child grows into an adult. By teaching your child healthy eating habits, you can help prevent these health problems.

Also, it’s much easier to maintain a healthy weight than it is to lose weight. Children who maintain a healthy weight are more likely to stay at a healthy weight as adults.


Benefits of good nutrition for children?

  • Healthy weight for height
  • Mental well-being
  • Ability to learn and concentrate
  • Strong bones and muscles
  • Good energy level
  • Ability to fight off sickness and disease
  • Faster wound healing
  • Easier recovery from illness or injury
  • Reduced risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, cancers, and bone diseases in the future


Possible effects of overweight or obesity in children?

  • Heart disease
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Asthma
  • Sleep apnea
  • Some types of cancer
  • Depression
  • Being teased and bullied
  • Feeling bad about body
  • Feeling isolated and alone
  • Trouble learning
  • Trouble interacting with others


What can I do to help my child make healthy choices about food?

By teaching and encouraging healthy eating habits, you are giving your child important tools for a lifetime of healthy living. The following are some ways you can help.

  • Offer healthy food options at home
  • Be a good role model for your child
  • Make half of what is on your child's plate fruits and vegetables
  • Choose healthy sources of protein, such as lean meat, nuts, and eggs
  • Serve whole-grain breads and cereals because they are high in fiber. Reduce refined grains.
  • Broil, grill, or steam foods instead of frying them
  • Limit fast food and junk food
  • Offer water or milk instead of sugary fruit drinks and sodas


How can I help my child make healthy food choices at school?

Help your child establish healthy habits even before school begins. What you do at home will affect your child’s choices during the rest of the day. Talk to your child about the importance of eating a healthy lunch so that he or she will have enough energy to learn and be active.

If you’re concerned about your child’s food choices at school, try reviewing the school lunch menu with him or her each week. Find out which days he or she would like to eat lunch at school. Talk about which foods and drinks are healthy options so he or she will know what to choose on those days.


Should I make a lunch for my child to take to school?

Making your child’s lunch is also an option, especially if your child is a picky eater or has special dietary needs. Be sure to include a variety of your child’s favorite healthy foods. For example, you could pack fresh fruit, baked chips or pretzels, or fresh vegetables with salsa or a low-calorie dip. You might want to pack your child’s lunch the night before so that you don’t run short on time in the morning. If you’re in a hurry, you might be more tempted to toss in prepackaged foods and unhealthy snack-like options.

It’s important to keep your child’s lunch at a safe temperature. Use a thermos for hot foods. Check to see if your school offers lunch refrigeration. If not, pack items that do not require refrigeration or items that can be kept cold with an ice pack. Some items, such as drinks and yogurts, can be frozen ahead of time and safely thaw in the lunch box.


Is physical activity also important?

Proper nutrition and regular physical activity are the keys to maintaining a healthy weight and preventing health problems. Encourage your child to find physical activities he or she enjoys and get active. Aim for at least 1 hour of active play every day. Limit your child’s time using a TV, computer, cell phone, or game station to no more than 1 to 2 hours a day. Set a good example by limiting your own screen time, too.

Physical activity should be part of your whole family’s lifestyle. Take a walk, go for a bike ride, or do chores together. Plan active family outings.


Can I really make a difference?

Yes! As a parent or primary caregiver, you have a lot of influence on your child. He or she will follow your example, so it’s important for you to be a good role model when it comes to making healthy choices. Even small changes in your family’s eating habits and physical activity can have a big impact on your child’s health.

You can help your child develop healthy habits early in life that will bring lifelong benefits. As a parent, you can encourage your kids to evaluate their food choice and physical activity habits. Here are some tips and guidelines to get you started

  • Be a good role model - You don’t have to be perfect all the time, but if kids see you trying to eat right and getting physically active, they’ll take notice of your efforts. You’ll send a message that good health is impor­tant to your family
  • Keep things positive - Kid’s don’t like to hear what they can’t do, tell them what they can do instead. Keep it fun and positive. Everyone likes to be praised for a job well done. Celebrate successes and help children and teens develop a good self-image 
  • Get the whole family moving - Plan times for everyone to get moving together. Take walks, ride bikes, go swimming, garden or just play hide-and-seek outside. Everyone will benefit from the exercise and the time together 
  • Be realistic - Setting realistic goals and limits are key to adopting any new behavior. Small steps and gradual changes can make a big difference in your health over time, so start small and build up 
  • Limit TV, video game and computer time - These habits lead to a sedentary lifestyle and excessive snacking, which increase risks for obesity and cardiovascular disease. Limit screen time to 2 hours per day 
  • Encourage physical activities that they’ll really enjoy - Every child is unique. Let your child experiment with different activities until they find something that they really love doing. They’ll stick with it longer if they love it 
  • Pick truly rewarding rewards - Don’t reward children with tv, video games, candy or snacks for a job well done. Find other ways to celebrate good behavior 
  • Make dinnertime a family time - When everyone sits down together to eat, there’s less chance of children eating the wrong foods or snacking too much. Get your kids involved in cooking and planning meals. Everyone develops good eating habits together and the quality time with the family will be an added bonus 
  • Make a game of reading food labels - The whole family will learn what’s good for their health and be more conscious of what they eat. It’s a habit that helps change behavior for a lifetime 
  • Stay involved - Be an advocate for healthier children. Insist on good food choices at school. Make sure your children’s healthcare providers are monitoring cardiovascular indicators like BMI, blood pressure and cholesterol. Contact public officials on matters of the heart. Make your voice heard