Friday, October 3, 2008

Switching Children To Healthy Lunches

Getting your child to eat right doesn't have to be such a losing battle, however. Experts say parents, by working with their children, planning ahead and being creative, can get their kids to eat and enjoy healthy lunches.

"You can't hit the person over the head with changes right off the bat," says Tosca Reno, author of the new book The Eat-Clean Diet for Family & Kids. "You've got to begin slowly. But kids are smart. Once they see how good they feel, they'll want more."

If your child seems to have an aversion to all things healthy, you're not alone. There's no shortage of statistics showing just how much children in the U.S. struggle when it comes to eating right, as well as getting enough physical activity. Read the entire article.

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