Keeping Kids Healthy: Get Your Kids to Eat Right
How do you get your kids to eat right when you're not around to supervise them!? Is there really a way to get them to like and choose healthy food, even when you're not there? The answer is YES - and on this episode of Keeping Kids Healthy, we'll show you how! You’ll learn how to raise your kids to be good eaters, and what to do to get them to eat right and make healthy choices on their own. The medical research supports that it can be done - even with teenagers!
Emily Lane (age 8); Matthew Lane (age 10); Molly Lane (Emily & Matthew’s mother); Ashley Guzman (age 15); William H. Dietz, MD, PhD - Director, Division of Nutrition and Physical Activity at the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Co-Editor: The American Academy of Pediatrics Guide to Your Child’s Nutrition; Ann Cooper - Certified Executive Chef; Consultant for Food Change, Berkeley, California Public School System; Co-Author: In Mother’s Kitchen; Joy Bauer, MS, RD, CDN - Author, Idiot’s Guide to Total Nutrition; Cooking with Joy: The 90/10 Weight Loss Plan; Former Director of Nutrition and Fitness for the “Heart Start Kids Program” at Mt. Sinai’s Dept. of Pediatric Cardiology; Chef Jorge Collazo - Executive Chef, NYC Public Schools; David Berkowitz - Executive Director of the New York City Department of Education's Office of School Food & Nutrition Services. «
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