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Tips to make good nutrition a family affair in 2017


Tips to make good nutrition a family affair in 2017
Toledo Blade

"Making consistently good food choices can set your family on the road to good health," says Marlene Schmidt, registered dietitian for Nestlé's Nutrition, Health and Wellness Center of Excellence. "Besides helping you stay healthy, a nutritious diet can support growth, strengthen immune systems and boost energy levels."Make good nutrition a family affair: Resolve to make healthy changes together. These tips will start every member of the family on a new course of good nutrition in 2017.Infant and toddler foodsA lifetime of wellness begins with good eating habits during pregnancy and nutritious choices for your baby. Breast milk is the ideal food for infants. Experts recommend exclusive breastfeeding for your baby's first six months, followed by continued breastfeeding for as long as possible after introduction of first foods.

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