Unless you’re using a dipping sauce to convince kids to eat more veggies, don’t introduce them to condiments—including ketchup. “With foods like chicken fingers and hamburgers that taste good already, there’s no need to get them used to having extra sauces,” Delbridge says. “Condiments can add hundreds of calories and extra fat to a meal.” If they’re already into bbq sauce or ketchup, start measuring out 1- to 2-ounce servings in a small dish rather than handing them the whole bottle. If they like ranch dressing, try swapping in Greek yogurt mixed with seasonings.
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