Growing Up Healthy the Next Generation Way
Book & DVD. Pediatrician Mary Ellen Renna has witnessed first-hand the alarming growth in childhood obesity and was determined to do something about it. In this powerful book, she offers a simple and effective solution that combines a regimen of diet and exercise. But the Growing Up Healthy the Next Generation Way plan is not about counting calories and/or carbs. It's a nutritional program that will help prevent disease and maintain your health. When you eat right and exercise, you will lose weight. And you will be healthier and live longer. The DVD features three thirty minute workouts designed to help young people achieve lifetime fitness and recipes with colour photographs to help the whole family maintain a healthy diet.
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