The following healthy eating tips will help your child have a healthy attitude toward eating. Food is your child's fuel. It keeps him or her growing strong, playing long and looking and feeling good. However, as all parents know, children can be picky when it comes to eating.
In general, daily intake should be 2,200 calories for children and teen-age girls and 2,800 calories for teen-age boys.
Help your children learn more about the foods they eat and understand the value of a nutritious and balanced diet. And set good example for them by making your own sensible eating choices.
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