Eating better can help you look and feel better, maintain a healthy weight, have more energy, and lower your chances of developing certain diseases, like diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. It can also help your kids do better in school, grow up strong, and feel better about themselves.
Think you have to give up all your favorite foods to eat better? You don't. You just need to eat them less often, or eat them in smaller amounts.
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This information is provided by the Department of Public Health.