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A Parent's Guide to Nutrition for Kids - Part 2

Lessons 2-4: Breakfast, Flexibility and Limits


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my question is how much water should a kid drink? Report
Be cautious with bagels! Most grocery store bagels are ENORMOUS - and are equal to 4 slices of bread! If you buy bagels, try to get them from a real bagel bakery (like Siegel's) - then they're not so big and full of unneccessary calories and carbs. Report
Great article. Report
Tuna wrap sounds great! Cole slaw for the family and substitute lettuce for our son. Maybe apple for a change. Thanks! Report
awesome. This is the rule I follow at home too. but I find it hard to make good wraps. I need help on that side. No one in my family would touch a tuna wrap. Report
I totally agree with "fartacular", my kids wouldn't touch that tuna wrap with a 10-foot pole, My kids do like wraps though. Especially with turkey meat. Report
Though I agree with the articles mentality I must say that I don't even know any Adults that would eat the example recipe. Report
I couldn't agree more with this article. I have a basket on the kitchen table that I keep full of oranges, apples and bananas and the kids really enjoy plain vanilla yogurt and baby carrots. I've found that eliminating the junk foods (or limiting them and putting them out of reach) and making the healthy stuff visible and within reach has gotten my kids to eat healthy snacks. If they have a choice between brownies and fruit- I'm proud to say 9 times out of 10 they choose the fruit. :o) Report
I found these ideas helpful in feeding my grandchildren. Report

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