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

  1. Be A Good Example

Children learn through mimicking, especially in the early developing years. Food is no exception to the rule.

If you are eating a poor diet full of processed foods and low-nutrient snacks, don’t expect your child to know to do any better.

The adage “do as I say and not as I do” doesn’t really work here. Your picky princess will not be properly motivated to finish her bowl of broccoli while you crush a bag of chips.

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