Firstly be sure to set a good example and you should not eat or even have unhealthy snacks or junk food at home.Provide him with lots of vegetables and fruit in his diet.Take his mind off food by getting him involved in helping you with little chores around the house and starting to play games outside away from the house. If his behaviour carries on like this it may be a good idea to see a dietician for advice.Children who are obsessed with food like this may become obese later on, so now is the time to tackle the problem.
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