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Many parents are concerned about their child’s eating and too often try to feed their young ones thinking that they know best how much the child should eat and what is good for their child. Following are few resources that help you with making these choices for your child!
To do its part in keeping children healthy, in 2012, the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) made its first major revisions to school meal standards in over 15 years. The standards embrace whole grains, fruits, and vegetables; limit fat and sodium; and set age-appropriate calorie limits and portion sizes. These changes reach nearly 32 million children.
- Introduce your child to a variety of foods.
- Discuss where various foods come from. Grocery shop together. Visit farms, farmers markets, and orchards, if possible, to speak directly to farmers.
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