- , aiming for the goal of at least five servings a day. Be sure you serve fruit or vegetables at every meal.
- by keeping fruits and vegetables on hand and ready to eat. Other good snacks include low-fat yogurt, peanut butter and celery, or whole-grain crackers and cheese, raisins, cereal bars
- , such as fish, eggs, beans, and nuts.
- so kids get more fibre
- by avoiding fried foods and choosing healthier cooking methods, such as boiling, grilling, roasting, and steaming. Choose low-fat products.
- , such as chips, crisps, sweets, chocolates, cakes, pies etc. Don't completely ban favourite snacks from your home. Instead, make them "once-in-a-while" foods, so children don't feel deprived.
- , such as fizzy drinks, energy drinks, and high sugar content fruit juices. Serve water and low-fat milk instead.