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Body Image and Eating

Body image is the way your child feels about his or her body. In a culture that links our value to what we look like and normalizes images that don’t represent most people, it’s not surprising that many adults express dissatisfaction with their bodies. Research indicates that even preschoolers have increasingly negative body images and eating disorders are a serious risk factor for our children as they get older. Luckily, we as parents can have a major influence on helping our children develop a healthy body, a healthy emotional life, a healthy attitude toward food and exercise, AND a healthy body image.


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Children, Body Image, and Eating

How we as parents can have a major influence on our children’s development of a healthy body image, which includes a healthy body, a healthy emotional life, and a healthy attitude toward food and exercise, as well as a healthy body image.

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15 Ways to Keep Your Child from Developing an Eating Disorder

What can you do to prevent your child from developing an eating disorder? Help your child develop a healthy body AND a healthy body image.

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Feeding Your Toddler

Even more important than what he puts in his mouth is his basic relationship with food. You want him to be in charge of his own eating, so how much he eats is not a loaded issue.

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