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Helping Your Children Build a Healthy Relationship with Food

It is important that at a young age, children have a good relationship with food. Often this isn’t the case for many children. Here are some tips and ideas to keep in mind with children so that we can help children develop that healthy lifestyle. You can be a positive role model and accept your child’s body size. To learn more, read on in the article here!

Key Takeaways:

  • Provide a positive example for your children
  • Educate your children about society and false expectations
  • Teach your children to respect others and themselves

“Be a positive role model. Children learn more through the actions of others than through words. Therefore, if you do not engage in unhealthy eating and exercise patterns, it is less likely your child with develop unhealthy eating and exercise habits.”


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