Los hábitos saludables: Las prácticas de nutrición y aptitud fÍsica
La buena nutrición es un componente esencial del cuidado infantil de alta calidad. Sabemos que los niños desarrollan hábitos de comer que le van a durar toda la vida por sus experiencias tempranas de comer. Entonces es muy importante promover los buenos hábitos de comer por ofrecerles comidas nutritivas y por educar a los niños y a sus familias de la nutrición.
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