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Establishing Healthy Habits In Your Kids: 5 Tips

With an obese or overweight population of 66% percent of adults in the U.S., 60% in the U.K., and 59% in Canada, healthy eating is becoming more important than ever. But it's also becoming more and more rare. Parents with less-than-stellar eating habits pass those habits onto their kids, creating a vicious cycle that will follow their children right on into adulthood.

Developing Healthy Eating Habits Amongst Kids

It is quite natural for any child to dislike new kind of food right away. It may take 10 or more tries getting a child to accept a new food. It is essential for parents to behave patiently if you want your child to eat right and healthy. For overall growth and development, parents should offer kids foods from each of the food group.

Some ways to develop your child's healthy approach towards eating

- Cut down on the amount of fat in your family's diet. Include low fat dairy products, lean meat, fat free cereals or breads.

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