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Most experts acknowledge that snacks have a necessary and appropriate place in kids' diets. But how much is too much? And what role should snacks play in a healthy diet for young children? Are snacks important bridges to mealtime for kids whose tummies are too small to meet their needs with three square meals per day? Or are they meal saboteurs, filling kids up so much that they have no room—or desire—for nutritious foods? In reality, all of the above may be true. [Read more: Smart Snacking for Kids]

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