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RICHMOND, VA. – Kids can be finicky when it come to trying new foods, but it’s important to teach them good, healthy eating habits early. Known in the medical community as “Dr. Yum,” Board-Certified Pediatrician Dr. Nimali is Founder of “The Doctor Yum Project,” and shares her expert advice with parents on teaching children healthy eating habits. Dr. Nimali walked us through the steps on creating a healthy vegetarian stir-fry perfect for the family to enjoy. For more information you can www.doctoryum.org

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