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One of the problems that many dieters face is family meals. If you are the only one in the family trying to lose weight, you may find yourself cooking more than one meal and furthermore you can be tempted by the meals you are making that aren’t destined for your plate.

If you are following a good well-balanced healthy eating plan there is no reason why it would not be suitable for the entire family and you should be able to make a few amendments here and there to make it more palatable and attractive to those who still crave desserts, cheese sauce, and lashings of peanut butter on their morning toast.

By the entire family following generally the same plan you are in fact looking after their well being. Your children will be being educated about good food practice without it being dictatorial or enforced and theories will be put into place with minimum effort. Recommendations like 5 a day become part of their routine in a natural way, moderation becomes the norm, yet they will still know how to indulge themselves without running the risk of childhood obesity and other modern-day conditions caused by poor dietary choices.

There are some simple ways in which you can keep your diet plan on the right path but adjust it for other family members and also ways of introducing new ways with food without compromising the things the children love. Here are 5 ways to develop a healthy eating plan for the whole family.

1. Dairy Products, Creamy and Cheese Sauces

Substitute semi or skimmed milk when a recipe calls for whole milk. For cheese sauces use low fat versions of cheddar which are plentiful in supermarkets. There are excellent low-fat yoghurts and fat free desserts that are still a treat and help with fruit intake if your children don’t like eating fruit. Use low fat spread instead of butter particularly on sandwiches or toast that is going to have a topping. Butter is a high calorific luxury. If your family drinks sufficient milk, there’s no reason why semi-skimmed shouldn’t be your milk of first choice. Calcium intake wouldn’t reduce.

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