Pizza, chips, soda, French fries, donuts, burgers, cappuccinos, sports drinks…
Are these the basic foods of the kids in your home? If your children aren’t overweight, why should you be concerned about junk food? As I know from first-hand experience, raising teenagers and pre-teens can be challenging. Is the junk food battle one that you want to take on? Are you confused about which foods are healthy?
In this e-book will give you information, inspiration, and support on feeding your children, especially through the trying years of middle and high school. Obesity may be the most obvious effect of poor quality foods but it is not the only one. Here are some other results that we will explore further:
Other physical ailments –
- acne and other skin problems, allergies, asthma, diabetes, and digestive disorders
- Brain fog and suboptimal test scores
- Behavioral issues and ADD
- Depression and anxiety
- Eating disorders
We’ll also talk about junk vs. real food and how to get your ‘tweens and teens to eat better, including what foods should be eaten in moderation.
Plus, you’ll learn more about lifestyle issues such as:
- Making time for meals
- Eating and stress
- Getting more sleep
- Reducing screen time
- Increasing movement
Because our health is always in a state of change, we’ll cover the topic of maintenance. If we’re not attuned to our environment, we’ll miss some of the clues that our bodies are sending about our health.
Also included are fun activities to make your kids more savvy consumers.
This special e-book contains bonus material including five ways to identify junk food, recipes to try, and a resource page of related books and websites.