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Kids in the Kitchen…Liking New Foods Takes Time!

Eating should be a pleasurable experience, although parents and caregivers with toddlers and preschoolers may sometimes wonder. Young children alternately refuse and then demand certain foods; some children seem to eat so little
they can’t possibly thrive (most do).


Set a Goal Toward Good Health

Healthy meals start with more vegetables and fruits and smaller portions of protein and grains. And don’t forget
dairy—include fat-free or low-fat dairy products on your plate, or drink milk with your meal.