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How can I improve my tweens eating habits?

Balance is the most important thing when it comes to teaching your tween to develop healthy eating habits.
Teaching your child to eat healthy foods and to save fattening junk foods for occasional treats, will encourage her to have a more positive attitude towards food. Treats should not be completely banned, as otherwise they will become even more appealing to your child.
Having family meal times, being a good role model and ensuring to stock the house with a variety of healthy food options are some of the best ways to encourage healthy eating habits.
Give your child ways to boost her self-confidence, compliment her often and encourage her to talk to you about any concerns she may have about her body image.

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