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"You may not realize it, but you're serving as a role model when you
grocery shop with kids, especially when you stop to chat with them about
healthy foods," says Jennifer Shu, MD, author of Food Fights: Winning
the Nutritional Challenges of Parenthood Armed with Insight, Humor, and a
Bottle of Ketchup.
And getting young ones started on the road to healthy eating is just one of
several benefits. Take your children grocery shopping and you:
Teach them what you expect from them in public.
Get little ones moving, boosting their motor skills. Tots can help push the
cart, select non-breakable items, and unload groceries in the checkout