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Focus on Obesity Prevention
September 2017 | Issue No. 155
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"But, I wanted pizza!" Sound familiar? Not wanting to eat broccoli is rooted in a great deal of more complicated issues than just not liking green food. A child's food preferences directly affect eating behavior, which in turn is linked to overall health, wellness, and the formation of obesity.
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By: Tanya Altmann, MD, FAAP
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In this video, you'll learn all about the practice of responsive feeding and how to understand, recognize, and respond to your baby's hunger or fullness cues.
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Did you know that by 9 months a child's taste preferences are mostly set? In this video, get great tips on how set your baby on the road to healthy eating for life! 
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