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Healthy Children Merranda Ramirez SCI220 November 2, 2016 Cara Iversen
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Ways to Help Your Child Eat Healthy: Food is not a reward Make healthy meals Offer healthy snacks Introduce new foods Know their cues
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Let Children be ACTIVE!!!! Builds strong bones Helps with sleeping Weight control
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Ideas for healthy snack options Apples Peaches Strawberries Watermelon Cheese/Cottage Cheese Yogurt
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Ways to keep young children active Swimming, beach, outdoor play, sports etc.
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Healthy Family Meal Ideas Allow Children to be involved Introduce new foods Focus on family Simple meals
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Needs for Children Energy and Nutrient Needs Need grows depending on activity level and age Calcium and Vitamin D Low Iron and Anemic Children Limit Juice intake Eat every 2 – 3 hours
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Guidelines to help with food options
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Risk Associated with unhealthy
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