You can make a milkshake with fruit, as a start. If they like the milkshake and feel good about it, then try to make them eat just the fruit only.
by Ragnelle 5 years ago
Is it safe to eat fruits from trees that were struck by lightning?Cos my papaya tree got hit two days ago. XD
by crystaleyes 6 years ago
How to make you child eat fruits?I have tried to include fruits in pancakes, milk shakes, with ice creams, but he simply refuses to have fruits.. Only citrus fruit juices are okay with him.. what do you do to make your child eat fruits?
by Lisa Brown 5 years ago
How do you include five fruits and vegetables in your diet each day?
by yin920 8 years ago
I wanna know how many of you like drinking vegetable and fruits juice. Does it really help maintain a healthy life?
by Myfanwy 6 years ago
What do you eat to get more fiber in your diet?
by ozmadelrose 6 years ago
What does your red-footed tortoise like to eat?
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