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  • Realise you have more control than you think. Commit yourself to making small changes over time rather than large ones all at once.
  • Family Changes Mean Healthier Kids
    Tackling childhood obesity is a family affair. Everyone will benefit from healthier habits, so rather than focus on just one member, get everyone involved. Here's how:

    • Lead by example. Studies show one of the most important things you can do is to model healthy behaviour. If you want your child to eat more fruits and vegetables, you must eat more fruits and vegetables. If you want your child to exercise more, you must exercise more. Talk to your child about your new habits and invite him to join you.
    • Turn off the television. Studies show inactivity is the most significant aactor . Youeogcpo buing tripc--your kids for their ideam.<
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