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      1. How can I tell if my child is overweight?
      If someone is overweight, it means they have an excess amount of body fat that could be a risk to their health and wellness.
      To find out about your child's ideal weight range in relation to their height, age and gender and to get advice, talk to your child's doctor.
      You can also talk to us at 0800-62282 for questions.
      2.How can I tell if my child is underweight or has deficiencies?
      Kids should be encouraged to have a varied, nutrient-rich diet based on the different food groups. But we know that this isn't always easy and you might be concerned that your child isnt getting all the nutrients they need.
      Unless your childs doctor tells you that your child isn't growing at the usual rate, try not to worry. The doctor will be able to check your child's growth and let you know about any signs of nutritional deficiency. They'll also give you advice about how to make improvements and may refer you to a nutritionist for further help.
      You can also talk to us at 0800-62282 for questions.
      3. What can I do if my child does not want to eat?
      Try these tips to encourage healthier eating habits in your kids:
      • Involve your kids in choosing, buying and preparing nutritious meals.
      • Avoid restricting foods and try to offer a broad range of food choices without putting too much pressure on your kids to always eat healthier foods.
      • Be a positive role model by eating a healthy variety of foods yourself.
      • Make mealtimes a fun occasion and eat as a family as often as possible.
      • Don't use food as a reward. If you'd like to offer your child a reward for trying a new food, make it a non-food reward e.g. a trip to the park.
      • Encourage healthy food habits at home, e.g. offer vegetables and fruits as snacks, in side dishes and as part of main meals.
      You can also talk to us at 0800-62282 for questions.
      4. How can I prepare healthy food that will interest my child?
      We know it's often tricky to get your kids to try new foods. But if you stick at it and get creative too, you can help your kids discover that variety makes mealtimes fun - while ensuring they get the nutrition they need. Most kids have a natural preference for sweet tastes and dislike of sour or bitter tastes. This means fruit is often easier to introduce into their diet than vegetables. That's why we've got some great suggestions to help you make vegetables a bit more fun and exciting for your kids.
      5. How can I increase the amount of vegetables my child eats?
      Try these tips to encourage your kids to try and enjoy eating more vegetables:
      • If possible, get your child involved in growing and preparing vegetables.
      • Offer up larger portions of vegetables as snacks.
      • Include vegetables in meals. They're a great source of nutrients for kids and they're naturally low in calories, so they can help balance your child's overall energy intake.
      • Be a positive role model for your kids by eating vegetables and being enthusiastic about it.
      • Take a look at all the United for Healthier Kids ideas to see which ones could work for you and your family.
      6. What should I put in my child's lunchbox?
      Try these tips to help make your child's lunchbox healthier:
      • Include a range of different foods from all the food groups e.g. - apple, banana, celery, carrot sticks, ham sandwiches, pitta pockets, rice cakes, pasta salad, eggs, vegetable and cheese wraps, low-fat yoghurts. Go for wholegrain, wholemeal and brown bread options as often as possible.
      • Mix it up by packing different choices every day. Even cutting the sandwiches or veg in different ways can help keep your child's lunchbox interesting and encourage them to eat it all up.
      • Fill their bottle with water instead of soft drinks or juice. Water is the best way for kids to stay hydrated - without the sugar. And if the weather's hot, you can freeze the water so it stays cold until lunchtime.
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      1. I have created an account, what should I do next?
      It's great news that you've joined United for Healthier Kids and taken the first step towards encouraging healthier habits for your kids! Next steps:
      • Add a picture to your profile, manage your settings and add your kids to your profile
      • Take a look at the healthy ideas and start collecting the ones you want to try with your kids
      • Tell your friends about United for Healthier Kids - the more parents who join up, the more ideas there'll be to share
      • Follow us on Facebook,Twitter, Instagram and YouTube where you can keep up with the latest news and ideas and let us know what you think
      2. I'd like to apply for a job
      Thanks for your interest, we'd love to hear from you. You can find out more and see current vacancies on our careers site: www.nestle.pk/jobs
      3. I'd like to volunteer
      We're always happy to hear from people who'd like to help out. Get in touch with our team NAATA@pk.nestle.com
      4. When is United for Healthier Kids visiting my community?
      Keep an eye on our news pages to find out about any happenings near you.
      5. How do I get in touch?
      We’d love to hear from you. Talk to our team today. NAATA@pk.nestle.com
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      1. What kind of United for Healthier Kids partners are you looking for?
      We'd love to work with anyone who shares our big ambition of helping to raise healthier and happier kids and who wants to make a positive contribution. If that's you, then we want to hear from you.
      The types of partners we'd love to work with may include, but aren't limited to:
      Organisations - commercial companies (retailers, manufacturers), media, entertainment and PR agencies, governments, international organisations, NGOs, schools and educational organisations, child's centres, academics, think tanks.
      Individuals - key opinion leaders, experts, celebrities, people with local or national networks, people with influence in areas as child's nutrition and health, physical activity, infant/childhood wellbeing, child psychologists, club leaders, online influencers, bloggers.
      Talk to our team NAATA@pk.nestle.com to find out more about becoming a partner.
      2. How can my school become a United for Healthier Kids partner
      Get in touch with our team NAATA@pk.nestle.com
      3. How can my company become a United for Healthier Kids partner
      Get in touch with our team NAATA@pk.nestle.com
      4. How can the media support United for Healthier Kids?
      Get in touch with our team NAATA@pk.nestle.com
      5. How can I get a press pack?
      Talk to our team: NAATA@pk.nestle.com
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