5. Keep Healthy Foods on Hand

As a parent or caretaker it is your responsibility to provide your child with healthy food. Since a child cannot drive and does not have the education to understand what is best for him or herself, adults must supply children with the tools they need to be successful. By keeping a fridge and pantry full of healthy items, this will encourage the child to eat healthy foods. A well-stocked fruit bowl, low-sugar yogurts, whole grain cereals, chopped veggies, etc. all make good snacks for when your child comes running through the door “starvingggggg.”

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