Daisy magazine September/October 2016 - Page 25

The recipes provides parents and caregivers that are healthy. They have to make sure dren are at stake. The wealth of the nation with simple yet healthier options for meal their children get adequate exercise every- depends on the health of its citizens. Come preparation. day and spend less time watching television on everybody. LET”S MOVE! or playing video games. The USDA also recommends the changing of labels to reflect the real nature of the Much of the success of turning around the products, further giving adults the inforepidemic of childhood obesity, rests in the mation necessary to make healthier food hands of parents and caregivers . They choices. must set the example. Park the car and walk to the grocery store or farmers market. Go It is quite possible to eat healthy on a budgfor brisk walks round the block or at the et. However, parents and caregivers must local park. There is no time for excuses. be willing to put in the time needed to read The time for change is now. The time to be la-bels before purchasing. Shop at the local healthy starts now. The lives of our chilfarmers market and put on the table foods 25