SALT LAKE CITY – The fuel that keeps kids going shouldn’t be taken lightly. “Kids need healthy sources of protein, healthy fats, grains with fiber and fruits,” dietician Linda Davila-Herrera, of Primary Children’s Hospital, said. “We want to make sure that they are fueled for the day.” Dieticians recommend children over 2 years of age follow a healthy eating pattern that includes the following: · A variety of fruits and vegetables · Whole grains · Fat-free and low-fat dairy products […]