Milk, healthier snacks offer lifestyle choices to help lower obesity risk

08/31/2007 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

There are several easy, healthy lifestyle choices that families can make to help children avoid weight issues later on in life, Nancy Smith of The Charlotte Observer writes. Drinking milk, water or 100% juice instead of sugar-sweetened beverages is one advised change, while snacking on yogurt, string cheese and low-fat pudding is another option.

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