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Diet Chart
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The number of servings that your child needs from each food group depends on his age and activity level. Ask your dietitian how many servings your child needs. The following are some diet suggestion for your kids:-
  • Fruits and vegetables: Half of your child's plate should contain fruits and vegetables.
  • Fruits: Offer fresh, canned, or dried fruit instead of fruit juice as often as possible.
  • Vegetables: Offer more dark green, red, and orange vegetables. Dark green vegetables include broccoli, spinach, romaine lettuce, and collard greens. Examples of orange and red vegetables are carrots, sweet potatoes, winter squash, and red peppers.
  • Grains: Half of the grains your child eats each day should be whole grains.
  • Dairy foods: Offer fat free or low-fat dairy foods.
  • Meat and other protein sources: Offer lean meats and poultry. Bake, broil, and grill meat instead of frying it. Include a variety of seafood in place of some meat and poultry each week. Offer a variety of protein foods.
  • Fats: Limit saturated fat, Trans fat, and cholesterol. These unhealthy fats are found in shortening, butter, stick margarine, and animal fat.
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