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(Brea, California)– An estimated 90 percent of children in the United States are at risk of developing micronutrient deficiency according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s most recent analysis. A form of malnutrition stemming from dietary imbalance, this new epidemic spanning the country leaves America’s children vulnerable to rashes, bone deterioration, bleeding gums, anxiety, failure to thrive and a number of other health complications. At the same time, the obesity rate among children and adolescents has surged over the last three decades. With this crisis in mind, spokesperson Odette France has launched a new website.
France elaborated, “Developments like these are among the driving forces behind the launch of WorldofSauces.com, our new website dedicated to promoting healthy diets. One of the features of our site is our ‘healthy eating for kids’ segment featuring Malnutrition: The New Childhood Epidemic, an in-depth discussion of the situation. Nutritious foods are more readily available than ever with programs like SNAP, WIC and free or reduced lunches in schools now in play, but parents still face problems in this realm. Even though children have access to those healthy fruits and veggies, they aren’t eating them. Our website will approach this situation from a couple different angles.
World of Sauces provides a number of nutritious sauce recipes for pasta, meat and vegetables. Some of these include spicy buffalo sauce for wings, creamy alfredo sauces and homemade salsa along with sweet options such as caramel sauce for ice cream. The website will additionally offer recipes for salad dressings and dips. Viewers may search for recipes based on individual meals, specific ingredients and various targeted diet plans such as vegan, vegetarian, low-fat, low-carb and gluten-free to name a few.
The new website will likewise provide information designed to help parents learn ways of encouraging their children to make healthier choices. Included in the “Progressive Approach to Healthy Nutrition” portion of the website are 25 methods of getting children to eat more vegetables with each technique rated according to effectiveness. Details surrounding these methods as well as the benefits and downsides of each are discussed.
Concluded France, “Malnutrition isn’t an issue we commonly associate with our country, but it’s a growing problem even here. As mentioned in our informational segment, waste is up more than 50 percent when it comes to healthy foods, so we’ve got to find creative and delicious ways of getting children more interested in nutritious dishes. We hope by combining recipes for homemade sauces, dips and dressings with in-depth information geared toward parents on our website, we can collectively reach this goal.”
A website for Sauce Lovers and parents of picky eaters, WorldofSauces.com provides a wealth of homemade healthy dips, salad dressings and sweet and savory sauce recipes categorized by meal type, origin, ingredient and diet as well as tips for using and serving sauces.