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Of all the things parents despair about—and there are many—their kids’ eating habits are high on the list. This truth receives fresh confirmation from a survey by the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and KidsPeace. Among parents with kids under age 18 living at home, 51 percent subscribed to the view that “my children eat some nutritious, healthy foods, but not nearly enough.”

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