Healthy Cooking for Kids: Building Blocks for a Lifetime of Good Nutrition

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St. Martin's Press, Oct 29, 1999 - Cooking - 288 pages

Our children are overfed and undernourished. Even if they are not living on pizza and ice cream, they may be eating foods that can have serious long-term effects on their health. An ever-growing body of research is revealing that the major diseases Americans suffer and die from are lifestyle related and to an extent preventable in that some of the root causes begin in childhood. Many cases of childhood imbalances, such as obesity, hyperactivity, dental problems, and learning disabilities can be aggravated by poor eating habits. Shelly Null has written a comprehensive guide to feeding children better, from the crib to young adulthood, without sacrificing flavor or fun.

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Shelly Null is the daughter of author and health expert Gary Null. She is a chef, and a nutritional food educator and has been cooking professionally for twenty years. She lives in High Falls, New York.

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