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  • 1. For each section below, check one thing that you will try. Portion-Wise Be a role model. Make sure your own portions arenÕt too hefty. Allow your child to stop eating when she is no longer hungry. Allow your child to serve himself a small portion. Your child can have ÒsecondsÓ if he is still hungry. Encourage your child to eat slowly and take Òsmall bites.Ó Dining-Out Downfalls Eat out only 1 to 2 times a week. Avoid Òsuper-sizingÓ fast foods. Go family-style when eating out. Order meals that your family can split, and choose extra vegetables and salads as your side orders. Lessons to Learn Teach your older child how to use serving size information on food labels. Insist that snacks be eaten from a small plate or bowl. DonÕt let your child eat any food directly from the original box, bag or carton. ML-025079 MAC 5/03
  • 2. Para cada una de las siguientes secciones, marque la estrategia que usted va a utilizar. Entender el concepto de “el tamaño del la porcióñ” Sea un buen modelo. Asegœrese que sus propias porciones no sean demasiado grandes. Permita que su ni–o deje de comer cuando ya no tenga hambre. Permita que su ni–o se sirva una porci—n peque–a. El podr‡ pedir un segundo plato si todav’a tiene hambre. D’gale a su ni–o que coma lentamente y que toma porciones peque–as. Las desventajas de salir a comer fuera Salga a comer fuera s—lo 1 o 2 veces a la semana. Evite pedir las porciones tan grandes (Òsuper-sizeÓ) de comida r‡pida. Cuando salga a comer, pida platos que su familia pueda compartir. Pida verduras adicionales y ensaladas como acompa–amiento. Lecciones para los niños Ense–e a su ni–o mayor a usar la informaci—n nutricional en las etiquetas de los alimentos. Exija que coman los bocadillos en un plato peque–o o en un taz—n. No permita que su hijo coma ninguna comida directamente de la caja, de la bolsa o del cart—n original. ML-025079 MAC 5/03

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