Being informed and educated is usually a good thing. It can also do damage if it is allowed to dictate every action we take. I know I was not a perfect parent, but I did the best with what I had.
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Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab has a new argument that can certainly appeal to moms, dads and any other food provider who wants to be a hero: Putting veggies on the plate gives the perception of a loving, capable cook.
I've tried everything I tell parents to do. I started early with healthy foods and have offered them consistently. But nothing has worked. Like I said: embarrassing.
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