How to teach your kids to eat and play in a healthy way

This week, a new video on the topic of nutrition is going viral.

The clip, posted by The New York Times, is titled How to Teach Your Kids to Eat and Play in a Healthy Way.

The idea is to teach kids that food and play can both help keep them healthy and fun.

But it’s a bit different than what you might see in your local gym or daycare.

Here’s the gist: You put your kid on a diet, then you have them do the same thing at home.

But instead of going to the gym to get into shape, you’re eating dinner with friends and family.

And when the kids eat dinner together, they do a little exercise.

It’s just a way to keep your kid busy and motivated. 

The gist of the video is simple: eat healthy and play outside.

This is a great idea for a couple of reasons: First, it makes a lot of sense. 

Second, it gives kids the opportunity to learn how to make healthy food choices. 

But it’s important to remember that eating healthy food in moderation can actually be healthy.

That’s why the U.S. government recommends that children under the age of 5 eat more fruits and vegetables. 

So why do we need to be eating healthier? 

The idea of a healthy diet has long been associated with a healthy life.

In fact, this notion has been promoted in many countries throughout the world.

For example, studies show that people who are physically active, especially children, tend to have lower rates of cardiovascular disease, Type 2 diabetes and obesity. 

And in fact, the U