Is Your Child’s Diet Contributing To Your Weight Problem?

What You Feed Your Child May Impact Your Waistline

Many women just can’t understand why they can’t maintain a healthy weight when they really don’t eat all that much. A great deal of these women eat the same exact things their children eat, and that plays a big part of the problem. After all, the metabolism of a thirty-year-old is not the same as the metabolism of a ten-year-old. Is your diet being affected by what your child eats?

What Did You Have For Lunch This Week?

If someone asked you what you had for lunch this week, what would you say? If you started naming things like canned pasta, macaroni and cheese, PB&J on white bread and fish sticks with tater tots, you may want to think a bit about what’s really causing your weight problem. Someone with the above diet is going to have more body fat than someone who has tuna salad, grilled chicken or low-cal soup for lunch during the week.

What Can You Do?

If you don’t like the idea of making separate meals for you and your kids, no one’s telling you your kids can’t eat healthy. Will they jump up and down over a chicken salad sandwich? Probably not, but it’ll be good for them and they may acquire a taste for healthier foods.

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