Talk to your pediatrician, family doctor or registered dietitian to determine the healthiest weight goals for the entire family, then make a plan to tackle the issue.
Here are some tips to help parents help their families eat more healthfully:
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According to obesity researchers, the United States obesity rate has more than doubled for preschoolers and adolescents-and more than tripled for ages 6 to 11-over the past 30 years. Obese children are at greater risk for health problems such as diabetes and heart disease, and often carry these problems into adulthood.
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