Children’s Make sure your child eats breakfast. Breakfast provides children with the energy they need to listen and learn in school. Offer your child a wide variety of foods, such as , vegetables and fruits, full-fat dairy products, and lean meat or beans. Talk with your health care provider if you are concerned about your child’s eating habits or weight.Cook with less fat-bake, roast, or poach foods instead of frying. no added sugar in your child’s diet. Serve water or full fat milk more often than no sugar-sweetened sodas and fruit-flavored drinks.
- Involve your child in planning and preparing meals. Children may be more willing to eat the dishes they help fix.
- Be a role model for your children. If they see you being physically active and having fun, they are more likely to be active and stay active throughout their lives.
- Encourage your child to be active everyday.
Involve the whole family in activities like hiking, biking, dancing, basketball, or roller skating walking
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