Moms want their kids to have the best of what they can give -- clothing, education, and food, to name a few.
However, when it comes to nutrition, there may be some tug-of-war between a mom and her kids: mom would want her kids to eat a balanced meal, but a child would rather reach for sweets and processed food.
To save money and to avoid mealtime tantrums, moms may instead choose to serve what the child wants. But is this the best way to go?
In a social experiment filmed by Knorr, three moms were asked to cook for some important people.
Armie was asked to cook for a pilot, Michelle was asked to cook for a doctor, while Madz was asked to cook for a teacher.
Armie said she will cook mung bean soup for the pilot because she said it has all the nutrients for a strong body and sharp eyesight.
Michelle said that she will cook chicken tinola for the doctor because it's healthy, especially if she adds malunggay leaves. She said doctors need to eat healthy for a boost in their immune system.
Madz said she will cook sour stew (sinigang) because the teacher needs energy for work.
The moms had fun cooking their healthy dishes, and helping the unknown heroes, who often work without thanks.
However, little did the moms know that there would be a surprise awaiting them after they cooked their chosen dish.
Watch the tear-jerking film here:
In the next few weeks, everyone will be celebrating Christmas with loved ones, and with food and gifts.
In this season of giving, share this video on social media with the hashtag #FeedTheFuture, and let the message of this film be a reminder that the best gift that moms can give their children is a brighter future.
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