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Smart Tips on Kids

How to deal with your overweight child?
There is an increasing trend in childhood obesity all around the world. Obese children are at risk of developing sleep apnoea, low back pain, arthritis, diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol, and heart disease in the future. Evidence also showed that obese children have less self-confidence and are more prone to develop depression.

Kid’s lunchbox
“3 servings of rice and noodles, 2 servings of vegetables, 1 serving of meat” is the indicator of a healthy lunchbox. However, in order to reduce cost and explicitly accommodate the taste of kids being fond of deep fried food, sweets and meat, school caterers use a lot of unhealthy ingredients that are processed and preserved or have trans fat, saturated fat, high sugar content, etc. when preparing lunchbox.

Variations of fruits
We are always told that both adults and children should follow “2+3”, but what are counted towards the 2 servings of fruits and 3 servings of vegetables?