How to cultivate healthy eating habits among children: 5 proven ways – The Times of India

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Children often mimic the behaviour of their parents, including their eating habits. Research published in the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity suggests that parental modelling of healthy eating significantly influences children’s dietary habits. When children observe their parents enjoying a variety of nutritious foods, they are more likely to adopt similar habits themselves. Parents can lead by example by adding a variety of healthy foods into their own diets. When children see their parents enjoying fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins, they are more likely to view these foods positively and add them into their own meals and snacks.

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