Medical News Today – Paul Ian Cross, PhD
Obesity is a condition that occurs when a person has excess weight or body fat, affecting their overall health. A doctor or healthcare professional will suggest a person is obese if their BMI is very high.
As part of this research, the study team evaluated data from the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) study, which includes 11,878 children ages 9-10 years from 21 centers across the U.S.
This dataset closely approximates the U.S. population and is therefore representative with regard to sociodemographics.
Read More: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/obesity-is-having-overweight-bad-for-a-childs-brain
ABC News – Staff Writer
How to get your child to eat more vegetables
Read More: https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Living/video/child-eat-vegetables-93335434
Make Use Of – Angela Yates
How do you get your children to understand the importance of good nutrition and adopting healthy eating habits? It’s a question every parent faces. With so many junk food options available, it can be a challenge to get your kids to eat—and enjoy—the foods that are good for them.
Read More: https://www.makeuseof.com/top-apps-websites-childrens-nutrition/
The Hindustan Times – Zarafshan Shiraz
The principle of nutrition applies to both children and adults but children, unlike adults, require varying amounts of particular nutrients at various ages where the ideal feeding schedule for a child’s growth and development takes into account the child’s age, level of activity and other factors. A balanced diet helps your child maintain their energy levels, maintain strong bones, support their mental health, encourage a healthy weight and enhance the immunity levels.
Read More: https://www.hindustantimes.com/lifestyle/health/top-food-components-for-growing-kids-nutrients-that-must-be-in-a-child-s-plate-101669720931364-amp.html
The Huffington Post – Marie Holmes
Family dinner should hypothetically offer a moment to relax and reconnect at the end of a long day. In reality, it’s no easy feat to gather everyone at the table, and depending on your kids’ ages, it can be tricky to get everyone to eat together in harmony — or, honestly, eat what you cooked at all.
You want to help your kids develop healthy habits when it comes to eating. But without realizing it, you may be saying things about food — perhaps refraining from back when you were a child — that, while well-intentioned, won’t help your child develop a healthy relationship with food and their body.
Read More: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/9-things-not-to-say-to-your-kids-at-the-table_l_637cec46e4b0c57396251451