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Food Marketing To Children Part 2: How To Make Healthier Choices

Radio Health Journal

Release Date: 05/21/2023

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Last week we discussed how food marketers spend billions to get kids to eat unhealthy food. Today, we’re giving you some tips on how to add more nutritious options back into your family’s diet. Experts reveal small actions that can make a big difference in the health of America’s children. Learn More:

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Childhood obesity is one of the most common chronic diseases for children in the US. Experts say that the marketing of ultra-processed foods to kids has grown exponentially in recent years – promoting unhealthy diets. These experts break down the marketing strategies used to get product attention in grocery stores and online. Learn More:

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Flat head syndrome occurs when a baby’s head develops a long-lasting flat spot. However, Dr. Peter Taub, a professor of pediatrics, says the deformity isn’t a syndrome at all and doesn’t cause any neurologic symptoms. He explains what causes it and successful treatments to reshape your child’s head. Learn More:

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Last week we discussed how food marketers spend billions to get kids to eat unhealthy food. Today, we’re giving you some tips on how to add more nutritious options back into your family’s diet. Experts reveal small actions that can make a big difference in the health of America’s children.

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