As a pediatrician, I talk about healthy eating a lot — and I talk to a lot of families whose children do not have the best eating habits. It’s not that the parents are bad parents. Many, many good parents have children who like potato chips more than Brussel sprouts — and it’s a natural instinct to want to give children food they like, and to feel worried when they don’t eat the food in front of them.
Eating habits are just that: habits. And habits can be not only taught, but changed.
Here are 10 ways to set your child up for a lifetime of healthy eating and all the health benefits that brings:
Full version here: www.health.harvard.edu/blog/10-ways-to-raise-a-healthy-eater-201603019296
Realated Article https://lowcarbrn.wordpress.com/2015/12/01/healthy-low-carb-kids/