Eat Like A Baby

If there's a kids' table nearby, you might want to watch and learn.

Sure, they drool and speak in incomplete sentences. But babies are actually kind of brilliant when it comes to their eating habits. “Young children don’t experience stress-driven or emotional eating, or the influences of friends and media, “ explains Keri Glassman, RD, founder and president of Nutritious Life, a nutrition practice based in New York City.  “They also don’t know what a craving is, and they certainly can’t act on them without the help of someone else! We can learn a lot from our little friends.” Here, their top lessons:

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