1. Regulate the time your kids watch TV or play video games.
2. Eat meals together as a family and eat at the table - not in front of the TV.
Eat slowly and enjoy the food.
3. Involve children in meal planning and grocery shopping.
4. Don't use food as a reward or punishment.
5. Keep healthy snacks on hand: fresh, frozen or canned fruits and vegetables;
frozen fruit-juice bars; low-fat ice cream; fig bars.
SOURCE: THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH