Starting a Healthy Habit

It’s very important to start with healthy habits at an early age.
Eating healthy and exercise at a young age will be positively
reflected in old age.

Introducing vegetables, fruits, eating at the table with family are
good things that parents can do for their kids, affirms Henry Guzman, Registered Nurse and Exercise Physiologist with Baptist Health South Florida.

He recommends parents to start whit the changes for themselves and then passing them on to their kids.

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