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Why Not Letting Your Kids Eat Junk Food May Backfire

Parenting is full of "Do as I say, not as I do" moments, but few may be as obvious as the vast differences between the food choices we make for our kids and those we make for ourselves. Am I the only parent who strictly limits her kids' access to sweets, waving away their pleas for candy and giving ...
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Food Network • 4 weeks ago

Why Not Letting Your Kids Eat Junk Food May Backfire

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