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Healthy Eating for Your Young Child

Teaching healthy habits can begin at a young age and last throughout life.

Healthy Eating for Your Young Child

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Healthy Eating for Your Young Child

Booklet provides guidance on how much a child needs to eat for growth and development and gives action steps in offering balanced meals and snacks. Best for ages 2–5.

The family of nutrition resources align to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, incorporates a behavior change model and reinforces making small steps to a healthier lifestyle. All booklets have been approved by the California Department of Health Care Services as meeting readability and suitability requirements for Medi-Cal managed care plans and are available in English and Spanish.

These booklets can be used one-on-one, as a handout or in a group setting. Download the Educator Guide to get started.

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