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Talk about Eating!
 
 
     
Nutrition in Infancy (0-1) Nutrition in Middle Childhood (5-11)
       
Breastfeeding: holding, latching on, feeding on cue, six to eight wet diapers Nutritious breakfasts, lunches, dinners
Bottle feeding: formula, amount, frequency Healthy food choices, including fruits and vegetables, bread, grains, cereals, lean meat, low-fat dairy products
Baby bottle tooth decay Nutritious snacks: limit high-fat or low-nutrient foods such as candy or soft drinks
Weight gain Pleasant family mealtimes
Cereals and solid foods Physical activity
Mother's nutrition    
Preventing choking    
Drinking from a cup    
       
 
       
Nutrition in Early Childhood (1-5)  Nutrition in Adolescence (11-21)
       
Family meals and snacks Eating three meals a day
Self-feeding, finger foods Nutritious snacks
Experimenting with food Family meals
Promoting healthy food choices Limiting high-fat, high-sugar foods
Pleasant mealtimes Eating a balanced diet
Variety of foods Managing weight through healthy eating and regular exercise
"Picky" eating Body image, weight gain or loss
Food served in child care Preparing healthy meals


Talk about Eating Well!

 

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