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I am so thrilled to review this innovative, new product ~ Copy-Kids eat fruits and vegetables. My little man is such a fussy eater + it was my long-time dream to see him eat those greens + develop a healthy eating habit early on in life. + this product might just be the answer to all my toddler-feeding woes!

I immediately played the DVD the day we got the package + what do you know the little man instantly fell in love with it. We actually watched it for 2 solid hours, the first time around! He was smitten by precocious little Audrey, as well as with Mani + the rest of the fruit-and-veggie-eating toddlers!

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To help him get in the mood for eating, I also prepared some veggies for him to try while watching the DVD. I was not prepared the first day, so I only served him what’s readily available in our ref ~ carrots! Oh well, he did not really dived into munching the carrot sticks like the rest of the Copy-Kids bunch, but the show of interest to hold the orange veggie + play with them is actually a big leap for a toddler who normally turns his head away every time I tried to feed him anything other than soup + hotdog!

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The next day, I bought a couple of veggies featured in the DVD + made the little man a veggie platter before putting it on, he wasn’t so thrilled with his snacks but he was just so excited to watch the DVD again. In fact, it has been one of his most favorite DVD’s to watch since then + would only complete with his ultimate favorite, Cars 2, in the number of times he’s seen it.He’d recognize most of the kids after a weeks, copied all their antics, too, as well as point at the veggies + fruits. He might not have jumped at the platter I served him, but I believe it will come soon enough. In the meantime, we’ll just keep on watching Audrey + the rest of the kiddos! They sure are fun + entertaining to watch. :)

What is Copy-Kids eat fruits and vegetables?

This is an engaging + enchanting DVD showing numerous little children eating fruits + vegetables, + is divided into 12 chapters, with each one focusing on a specific fruit or vegetable, including bell peppers, cucumbers, carrots, avocado, tomatoes, broccoli, oranges, bananas, raspberries, strawberries, apples + blueberries.

It also features an interview with renowned pediatrician Dr. Jay Gordon, MD, FAAP, the author of Good Food Today, Great Kids Tomorrow, talking about childhood overweight and obesity, suggesting ways that parents can get their children to make healthier food choices, and explaining why Copy-Kids is such a powerful idea, noting “That’s just the way kids are, they love to copy other kids.” Check out the sample video here {sorry something’s gone awry, I cannot seem to make the video code work here}

This multi-awarded product was approved by USDA + was added to their Education and Training Materials Database for pre-school nutrition, earned the accolades + recommendation of Dr. Toy + was a recipient of  the prestigious MACT {Mom Approved Child Tested} Excellence Award.

Mum’s verdict:

I give this great new product 2 thumbs up + recommends that every mum gets their little ones a copy. It is a sure-fire way to teach the them learn the habit of eating healthy at an early age, something that they will bring along when they grow up to be healthy adults in the future.

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Disclaimer:

I was provided a free copy of this DVD product for review purposes, nevertheless, the opinions here are 100% my own.