-- Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Kids who have a negative body image feel
more self-conscious and isolated, and are more likely to end up
overweight or with an eating disorder.
On the other hand, kids with a positive body image are more
likely to succeed, and they don't dwell on weight gain or their
The American Dietetic Association suggests how to help parents
promote a healthy body image among children:
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