This was a constant battle in our house. My husband and I both grew up in households where our parents would force us to finish our plates, regardless of how we felt about the food. I have memories of sitting at the table HOURS after everyone else finished. When we had children, I would allow them to have a say in SOME of their foods, but only after they gave an "honest try" (a real, actual bite, not a pretend bite) and that they kept periodically trying the same thing. I would provide 1 alternate item sometimes to offset the item my daughter(s) didn't like. But not at every meal. Mostly, the occasional dinner. This has resulted in my daughters hating and then loving LOTS of foods. My husband didn't necessarily agree with that tactic and wanted me to figuratively sit on top of them and force feed them (obviously, not really). Kids taste buds are different, but if parents stick to their guns, they will learn to appreciate different foods. I never got the parents who would say "my kid ONLY eats chicken nuggets", or some such thing, and that's all they ate for every single meal for years.
Overall, this episode was terrible. I hated the "Mother" name. I would never associate the word "mother" to a beverage. I think that's the very first thing that needs to change. I'm still not convinced that adding all that other stuff even maintains the healthy benefits of the apple cider vinegar anyway. Beth was such a bitch during this pitch. Well, she always is. I don't like her at all, but the way she said that they should've warned them was extremely rude. I have no other experience with her other than having a general idea of who she is and then this show. From the little bit shown here, I will avoid her like the plague.
I was extremely grossed out by the pimple popper thing. I honestly do not get the appeal to this.
Yumely, while I guess is smart targeting to the kids, I just don't think we (the universal "we") need another food subscription plan. I've tried several plans because I like them in theory, but we either don't cook the food fast enough, there aren't enough options for what we want for the plans I can afford (healthier options), the serving sizes is not enough for my husband (2 servings is not enough, 4 is too many and jacks up the cost) that I will just stick to going to the grocery store and buy stuff and look up recipes online.
Bollywood workout- looks like it may be fun, but I avoid the dancing workouts because I'm not coordinated enough. Also, seems like a fad that could die out. But, then again, Zumba has been around for quite some time. I wish him luck.