Nutrition in Children:. Ages Birth - 5. Teaching Children about Food Safety. By Uko Barriere Work Sited: Iowa State University; University Extension. Teach hand washing: Careful hand washing is one of the best ways to stop germs from spreading.
Ages Birth - 5
By Uko Barriere
Work Sited: Iowa State University; University Extension
TisShira Andrews; Work Sited: http://www.foodfortots.com/Health/fsQuiz.html
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Most children are able to balance food intake with activity if they are not forced to eat. You can help by providing a variety of healthy and nourishing foods for your child to choose from. Children should be served the same foods as the family, with a variety of textures and flavours for balanced nutrition. When a food is refused, the child may not be objecting to the actual food but is testing to see the effect they have on people around them. By assuming the food is to blame, some parents can get caught up in a frustrating game. Some helpful tips to deal with food refusal include:
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Compiled by: Nadine Bruner food, those that cause illness and those that cause food to deteriorate and develop unpleasant odors. The bacteria that cause food poisoning don't necessarily cause food spoilage, so can not be detected by the appearance or smell of the food. Bacteria that cause spoilage often don't cause illness but do affect the flavor and quality of the food.