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Save Your Child from the Fat Epidemic: 7 Steps Every Parent Can Take to Ensure Healthy, Fit Children for Life ebook

by Gayle Alleman R.D.


Even children who aren't overweight are eating foods that lay the foundation for future of ill health.

Even children who aren't overweight are eating foods that lay the foundation for future of ill health.

This book shows you how. "The food industry is doing everything it can to persuade children to eat burgers, soft drinks, fries, candy, and other junk foods. This book provides great ideas to parents who are trying to rescue their children from the junk-food juggernaut. -Michael F. Jacobson, P. executive director, Center for Science in the Public Interest. Darci Harper rated it really liked it Jan 11, 2015.

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What can you do to protect your child from the endless array of germs and viruses he's exposed to every day? .

What can you do to protect your child from the endless array of germs and viruses he's exposed to every day? Unfortunately, in some ways, getting sick when you're a kid is simply part of the job description. We all enter this world with an inexperienced immune system," says Charles Shubin, . an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland, in Baltimore. Children in daycare are particularly at risk for sleep deprivation because all the activity can make it difficult for them to nap. How much sleep do kids need? A newborn may need up to 18 hours of crib time a day, toddlers require 12 to 13 hours, and preschoolers need about 10 hours.

Children like the predictability of family meals and parents get a chance to catch up with their kids. Kids should decide if they're hungry, what they will eat from the foods served, and when they're full. Kids who take part in regular family meals are also: more likely to eat fruits, vegetables, and grains. less likely to snack on unhealthy foods. less likely to smoke, use marijuana, or drink alcohol. Here are some guidelines to follow: Establish a predictable schedule of meals and snacks. It's OK to choose not to eat when both parents and kids know when to expect the next meal or snack.

Children from military families may move seven or eight times before they hit middle school. There’s a freedom to take risks on new friendships when you live in the moment. When the goal is to befriend people who are nice, the burden of popularity is lifted. School counselor Rebecca Best, who runs groups for military kids, says that other students can learn from their openness. They may be more likely to approach a stranger in a crowded cafeteria or to appreciate positivity over status. These kids have figured out what works for them, Best says. During a phase defined by social churn, everyone benefits from some social flexibility. AD. Dana decided not to contact Rosie’s mom.

How parents can play a key role in their children's health, starting with physical . Take the TV and computer out of your child’s room. Your children might not react well at first but rest assured your behavior matters.

How parents can play a key role in their children's health, starting with physical activity and nutrition. Keep both in a public area so you can stay on top of how much time your child spends glued to them. Work nutritious food and physical activity into your family’s life and continue to talk about the positive benefits. Eventually, most children follow their parents’ lead.

Or help your child pay for this or future goodies by helping him or her .

Or help your child pay for this or future goodies by helping him or her become a successful kidpreneur. only four months 'til Christmas!) If encouraging entrepreneurship hasn’t been your system in the past, maybe it's time you took your kid by surprise. Because, never fear, you’re doing him or her a great favor.

Our children are growing up in a culture of obesity. Movie blockbusters arrange fast-food tie-ins, the hottest toys are given away with hamburgers, and more families eat outside the home—where processed, high-fat foods are often the choice. Couple these with the fact that many kids' favorite activities are sedentary—watching TV, playing video games, surfing the Internet—and it's no surprise that too many of our children are overweight.But excess pounds are just the tip of the iceberg. Even children who aren't overweight are eating foods that lay the foundation for future of ill health. In perhaps the most troubling trend of all, record numbers of kids are developing type 2 diabetes, a disease normally found in people over 40.According to nationally respected dietitian Gayle Povis Alleman, it doesn't have to be this way. In Save Your Child from the Fat Epidemic, she shows you the simple steps you can begin taking today to counteract these cultural influences and vastly improve the health and well-being of your child. Her seven-step program is designed to ignite an enthusiasm in your child for nutritious food and calorie-burning exercise. Inside, you'll discover:• Fun and easy activities to teach your child how to make good food choices• Over 100 healthful, good-tasting food substitutions• Healthful fast-food picks at the most popular restaurants• An individualized questionnaire that rates your own child's risk of becoming obese• Simple steps you can take to break your child's TV habit—and get moving• How to help overweight children cope with the emotional side effects of obesity• And much more!As a parent, nothing is more important to you than ensuring the healthy future of your child. This book shows you how."The food industry is doing everything it can to persuade children to eat burgers, soft drinks, fries, candy, and other junk foods. This book provides great ideas to parents who are trying to rescue their children from the junk-food juggernaut."—Michael F. Jacobson, Ph.D., executive director, Center for Science in the Public Interest"Finally, a comprehensive guide for everyone who cares about children's health! The information is well researched, practical, but most of all . . . FUN. Action items in each chapter will empower parents and kids to take control of their health for a lifetime."—Beve Kindblade, M.S., R.D.About the AuthorGale Povis Alleman, M.S., R.D., is a registered dietitian with a master of science degree in nutrition from Bastyr University. A health educator specializing in obesity prevention, she teaches nutrition at the college level and administers nutrition education programs for Washington State University Cooperative Extension. Web site, /www.nutrifitsolutions.com, offers up-to-date nutrition and fitness strategies that promote healthy families. She lives near Seattle in Kingston, Washington.
Save Your Child from the Fat Epidemic: 7 Steps Every Parent Can Take to Ensure Healthy, Fit Children for Life ebook
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Gayle Alleman R.D.
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