There’s no shortage of advice and information available about healthy eating and weight watching for adults, teens, and elementary school-aged children.
But good nutritional habits begin even before a child is born. From the time a mother is pregnant, until a child is two years old, nourishment – or malnourishment – can set that child on a course that will affect his or her body, emotions and behavior for years to come.
Parents can establish a nutritional eating routine, beginning in pregnancy, and during a child’s infancy and preschool years, to help the child thrive, and avoid a host of health and developmental problems that stem from malnutrition and obesity.
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