Top 6 Ways To Give Your Child A Healthy View Of Food

Popsugar Mom helps explain why the food we choose now makes a difference:

New research shows teaching familiarity and acceptance of real food can get kids to love eating fruits and vegetables, prevent childhood obesity, and most of all, cultivate long-lasting healthy habits.”

We have composed 6 ways that you can help your child develop lasting habits concerning what they put on their plate.

This doesn’t mean that a child shouldn’t enjoy the occasional piece of birthday cake or summer afternoon ice cream cone; just that it’s in moderation.


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