Use these at-home lessons to help your children make healthful choices about what they eat.
You can teach your child to develop healthy eating habits by making good choices, for example, about what counts as one serving and what to eat for snacks.
A healthy diet for children has enough nutrients for them to grow and have energy.
Encourage your child not to eat a lot of fast food and convenience foods.
Being overweight increases your child's risk of having health problems. You can help your child manage his or her weight.
Healthier Together: A Family Guide is especially for families with children who have high cholesterol levels.
It has the information you need to make lifestyle changes that will benefit the whole family.
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After a busy day, dinnertime can feel daunting, especially with little ones involved.
We're here to give you a few tips to help make mealtime manageable.