Dietitian offers tips to get children to eat more veggies

07/31/2013 | Food & Nutrition Magazine

Making vegetables part of each meal and snack can encourage children to eat more of them, but hiding veggies in recipes is not a long-term solution, registered dietitian Natalia Stasenko writes. Since children may find some vegetables have a bitter taste, Stasenko writes that it's OK to serve a flavorful dip or add a little sugar, salt or cheese because the nutrition benefits outweigh the splurge.

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