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Feeding kids can be kind of difficult, can't it? You may have to struggle with super-picky eaters (like my kids were) every day, and those trips to visit relatives and friends who serve lots of sugary and greasy snack foods don't help. And as kids grow, they gain the autonomy to just go to the store to buy what they want after school, rather than eat what you have in the refrigerator at home.
We have lots of resources for helping your kids eat healthy. You can hide healthy foods in your kids' meals, or maybe teach your kids how to cook, a sure way to increase their interest in eating new foods. And while you're working through those picky eater years, you can give your kids dietary supplements to ensure they get the vitamins and minerals they need. As your kids grow, you can provide healthy after school snacks that teens will love. Here are more ideas:Share your tips with us.