It’s a battle that can seem never-ending: getting kids to make healthy food choices, especially eating vegetables.
Dr. Nona Djavid, the founder of SoulScale, says if this is happening at your house, it’s important to remember you’re not alone.
“There’s so much variety of food that’s available to us: the packaging, the marketing, all of that. So, it’s becoming harder and harder to get your kids to eat healthier,” said Djavid.
She says to keep an eye on snack time because when they’re the hungriest, kids are most likely to eat what’s in front of them.
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