Healthy Habits Start Early

09-Children-Blog-TopSometimes it’s hard to get into a healthy habit, but it’s even harder if you’ve been building unhealthy habits since childhood.

Many children start building these habits without realizing it. They reach for junk food instead of veggies, and they sit in front of the TV for hours instead of playing outside.

If this sounds like your children, you should know they’re not alone — and it’s not too late to make some changes.

Check out the infographic below — crafted by our digital designer Mikelle Williams and inspired by USANA senior designer Penny Whitehouse — to learn more about the difficult road many children are trying to navigate on their way to a healthier lifestyle.

Of course, there are a lot of things you can do to help your child live a little healthier.

  • Give them a breakfast option that’s low in sugar and high in fiber, such as oatmeal
  • Make sure fresh fruits and vegetables are their go-to after school snacks
  • Set a good example by eating healthy foods, avoiding too much TV, and living an active life

It’s not always easy, and no one is perfect, but with some effort you can help your children pick up healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Do you know any other parents who might want to learn more about caring for their children’s health? Then be sure to share this infographic, with them on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest.


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