Teens and Nutrition

  1. Healthy Eating During Adolescence

    Encourage your teen to eat three balanced meals a day, with fruits or vegetables as snacks.

  2. The Importance of Eating Together as a Family

    Eating together as a family has many benefits not only for you, but also for your children. This lifestyle habit may actually help to fend off childhood obesity.

  3. Vegetarian Teens Need Diet Advice

    If your teen wants vegetarian options, you may worry that dropping meat, poultry and fish will be unhealthy.

  4. Whole Grains in the Teen Diet

    Better health for your teen could be as close as your breadbox. The more whole grains teenagers eat, the leaner they are and the less likely they are to develop diabetes.

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