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Child Nutrition?

When it comes to child nutrition a healthy diet is always the best way to go. Offering a child a healthy diet helps with diabetes and obesity. On a daily basis a child should have 5 servings of fruits and 5 servings of vegetables. A child should be offered protein, whole-grains, milk, and water. When offering a child meat it’s best to broil the meat, but you can grill the meat as well. Some meats can be steamed, too.


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