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You've tried preparing wholesome meals for your children but they want McDonald's. What can you do?
Your teen is focused on her weight and dieting. Could she have an eating disorder?
Perhaps your kids are starting to look more chubby than cute-what can you say that won't make them feel bad?
Convincing your child to eat healthy isn't easy, but it can be done...one habit at a time.What Should I Feed My Kids? is the first comprehensive "how-to" manual to help your child develop healthier habits, from his first bite of food through her teenage years, when the habit-molding opportunity screeches to a halt.
Well-known nutritionist (and parent) Ronni Julien uses real-life stories and examples to teach balance and moderation. She provides practical, solid advice that can be easily and immediately implemented at home, at school, on vacation, at slumber parties, football games…even into college.
Lack of a proper diet can lead to problems like obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. Adults often find it too difficult to correct their own bad eating habits. But for our children, the time to change is now.
Ronni Litz Julien, MS, RD/LDN, has 20 years experience teaching children and adults how to develop lifelong behavior changes. A former nutritional consultant for the South Beach Diet, she is the author of the Trans Fat Free Kitchen, a nutrition/health correspondent with ABC Channel 10 in Miami, and a well-known speaker in the field of nutrition and healthy eating. Her private nutrition practice is in Miami, Florida.
|Publisher:||Career Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.20(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)|
What People are Saying About This
I loved this book! A marvelous guide of sensible advice and practical strategies that help parents teach their children health eating habits. Must reading for every parent. (Director, Behavioral Medicine Research Center, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas)
Ronni Julien's guidelines provide a nutritional roadmap marked with all the right directions. It should be required reading for all parents. (author of Harriet Roth's Fat Counter and The Cholesterol Control Cookbook)