Talking to our kids about making “better” choices likely won’t help them make “better” choices.
Instead, it’s more likely for them to just feel guilty about what they are eating.
And guilt and shame don’t help kids change their behavior. It just makes them feel bad about themselves and will potentially lead to disordered eating.
Instead, kids need a supportive eating environment that allows them to eat a variety, attune to their body cuts, and self-regulate.
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