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20 Ways To Help Your Teen Lose and Maintain Weight
Research shows that the obesity epidemic is affecting preschoolers.
Babies whose mothers give them more control over their early attempts at eating solid food appear to do a better job of regulating their own weight
The start of the school year can indeed be a busy time
for families, but it is possible to make healthy meals even with
time constraints. It just takes a little know-how.
Everyone's heard the adage, "You are what you eat." Well,
during pregnancy, your baby is what you eat, too! If you're
trying to get pregnant, you want your body to be as healthy as
possible so you can start off your pregnancy on the right foot.
Get some nutritious tips here!
A recent report indicates that more and more children are overweight. Obesity in children has risen to 14 percent compared with 4 percent in 1963. Here are some healthy lunch ideas to keep your kids in tip top shape!
Packing a healthy lunch for your
kids might be easy for you, but it might be a struggle for you
to get them to eat it! Writer Paula Chase-Hyman offers some
tips to end the lunchbox wars!
Calorie needs depend on a teen's individual growth rate and
physical activity level. During the rapid growth spurt between
ages 15 and 19, some boys are able to eat up to 4,000 calories a
day without gaining weight.