Making sure that children are getting proper nutrition is a concern for parents, and The National Parenting Center wants listeners to be aware of ways they can provide a healthy and happy eating experience for their growing offspring. In relaxing yet instructive tones, these doctors and assorted authorities on child-rearing instruct parents to give some (but not all) control over children to dictate their consumption, guard against the intake of certain foods like milk and nuts, and making smart decisions while shopping for food. Their educational demeanor will motivate parents to make mealtimes a fun time for kids.
How can you be sure that your toddler is getting the nutrition he or she needs? The experts from The National Parenting Center serve up a menu of suggestions for understanding the appetite of a toddler, what kinds of solid foods are dangerous, and whether vitamin supplements do any good. You'll hear tips on planning a healthy diet and how to find the right foods in the supermarket. Learn why breakfast is so important, and what to do with a child who plays with food. Please note: This is a live speech recording.
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