Helping Your Overweight Child: A Family Guide

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Advance Medical Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 158 pages
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The book helps family members to better understand why a child has a weight problem, and the facts about nutrition and good eating and exercise habits. Sample sheets for goals are provided, and for "eating", "exercise" and "emotions" journals. Overweight children learn how to set reasonable goals and to make healthy decisions. The appendix includes valuable comparisons of the nutritional value and fat content of many brand-name food products and meals found in fast-food restaurants. Nutritionally sound recipes are also provided.

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K C Has a Problem
K C Learns What Made Her
K C and Her Family Take Nutrition 101

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Cederquist is board certified by the American Board Family Practice and the American Board of Bariatric Physicians. She is a graduate of the University of Miami, the University of Miami School of Medicine, and the Medical College of Virginia Family Practice Residency, where she was academic chief resident.

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