With child obesity off the charts and reaching epidemic proportions - just look around the next time you visit Disney World, teaching young people how to eat well is critical.
The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health points out that a kid's peers influence eating habits and that the only defense is teaching good habits at home.
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