Promoting kids’ healthy eating habits

By Jennifer Bowden In Nutrition

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22nd September, 2012
“Don’t worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you” – American author Robert Fulghum. Parents face an unenviable series of hurdles in their quest to create a healthy diet for their children. They must understand an increasingly complex food-supply system, be media savvy and manage the far-reaching influence of television, the internet and other social media, while remotely influencing their child’s food choices in an environment that promotes obesity, with less-healthy foods widely available in and near schools. Welcome to healthy eating ...

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