To help your family eat right, choose whole grains and lean protein and serve plenty of fruits and vegetables.
10 healthy eating tips
Healthy food shopping
Kid don't need to be athletes to get the benefits of an active lifestyle. From toddlers to teens, exercise can make kids stronger, happier, and healthier.
Get kids active
Learn how to help your child get to a healthy weight.
Your child's weight
Overweight and obesity
Parents may need to pay extra attention to what kids eat if they have food allergies, medical conditions, or follow vegetarian diets.
Encourage healthy habits from birth to teens.
During the first 3 months, breast milk or formula will provide all the nutrition babies need.
Learn when and how to start your baby on solid foods.
Toddlers might show their growing independence through what they eat — and what they won't eat.
Find out what to do
Getting the right nutrition
Snacks for toddlers
Encourage kids to make good food and exercise choices, without hovering or pestering. Here's how.
Snacks for preschoolers
Keeping preschoolers active
At this age, kids are busy! They need food that powers them through their day — and maybe a little motivation to get offline and be active.
Helping kids get active
Your toddler doesn't like green beans the first time around? Don't stop serving them. Kids are naturally slow to accept new tastes and textures, so keep reintroducing the beans.
The best time to introduce solid foods is when your baby has the skills needed to eat. How do you know when that is?
In the first year of life, a baby only needs breast milk or formula.
Childhood obesity is a serious problem, so many schools have added BMI to their student annual health screening.
Carbohydrates and Sugar
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice,
diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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