Many parents know that the first 2 years of a child’s life are important for brain development and building healthy relationships. But this time is also very important to help children stay at a healthy weight as they grow.
The first 2 years of your baby’s life set her up for healthy growth and development — so start teaching healthy habits right away.
Responsive feeding helps you and your child build a healthy relationship with food and feeding.
Studies suggest that breastfed babies are more likely to have a healthy weight when they get older.
Giving your baby a variety of foods makes it less likely that he’ll be a picky eater later on.
Babies and toddlers who drink fruit juice and other sugary drinks are more likely to have tooth decay and less likely to drink water as they grow older.
Getting enough sleep can help your child stay...