Many children love Peppa Pig, she is the friendliest and loving little pig on TV, and therefore the Association “5 a day” use her image to encourage youngsters to take fruits and vegetables, so rich in vitamins, and so good for your health, acquiring healthy habits that will be for life.
Apples, bananas, strawberries, pears, pineapple, zucchini, … “5 a day” and Peppa Pig welcome spring encouraging youngsters to take fruits and vegetables in season.
Spring is one of the most desirable seasons, with almost 90 days full of color, more daylight hours, and wonderful flowers. So Peppa Pig, the endearing character of Entertainment One (eOne), and the International Association “5 a day” back of the hand to stress the importance of eating fruits and vegetables from childhood stage where habits settle food.
Spring with Peppa Pig and 5 a day
The new poster, which closes the collection begun the summer of last year, will be available for download on the official website of Peppa and the “5 a day”, with ten funny vignettes in which Peppa wants to attract the attention of small and adults about healthy habits. As says Nuria Martinez, director of “5 a day”, “fruit and vegetables usually take in the family environment is the first step for children to do naturally and integrate them into your diet without tensions”.
In the poster some of the most typical seasonal products, such as strawberries, cherries, or avocado is. It will find tips that encourage the whole family to eat a balanced way, illustrated with drawings that refer to the episodes of the famous TV series. Insisting on the importance of breakfast and complement it with strawberries – typical in this season – with the best possible hydration drink, water, or make recipes together, such as guacamole, are some of the examples.
The collection created by Peppa Pig posters 5 a day and has aimed to integrate into the diet of kids eating fruits and vegetables throughout the year and encourage them to practice physical exercise regularly to get away from sedentary lifestyles. Because, says Martínez, “an active life and a varied diet rich in plant foods such as legumes, bread, pasta, potatoes and fruit and vegetables, and where fat intake is limited, sugar or salt, is essential to achieve and maintain good health. ”
Peppa Pig is a children’s series that has become a mass phenomenon since its inception in 2003, especially among children 2 to 5 years old. Recurrently episodes show their characters consuming fruits and vegetables, eating salads or picking vegetables directly from the garden.