Pattern Setting for Childhood Health: The Parent's Guide for Nutrition and Activity
Poor eating and activity patterns put people of all ages & weight categories at risk for illness & disease. To help parents prevent such problems, this book simplistically explains the basics of nutrition & activity & tells parents how to incorporate such information into family life. It emphasizes establishing positive patterns & good role model behaviors while avoiding nonproductive habits. It informs & educates readers about current news topics such as childhood obesity, saturated and trans fat, soy, fast food, sedentary lifestyles, food processing, and chemical contamination of food. Readers enjoy the author's informative yet realistic approach, simplistic writing style, & short chapters as well as the many benefits the information in the book provides. The author is a Registered Nurse & mother with much experience as a personal fitness trainer. Her book is receiving exceptional reviews and health care professionals all over the country are recommending it to parents with children of all ages. Orders taken by: Garson Publications, P.O. Box 5775, Salem, OR 97304; phone: (503) 363-1477; FAX: (503) 363-1417; e-mail: susangarson@Qwest.net; secured web site: www.susangarson.com; credit cards accepted. Distributed by: Pathway Book Service, Ingram, and Baker & Taylor.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
How tc Use Tku Book
Why providing nutritious breakfasts is important and how it can be done
10 other sections not shown
activities added adults advisable Artificial sweeteners avoided babies beans become beneficial benefits beverages body brown rice calories cereals Chapter cheese chemicals choices cholesterol choose complex carbohydrate consumers consumption contain cow's milk Daily Values Dietary Fiber drink eaten eating patterns eggs enriched flour excessive amounts exercise family members fat and calories fish flavor frequently grams harmful healthier healthy cereal healthy foods increase ingredient listing Insoluble fiber intake junk food large amounts low-fat meals milk products natural Niacin nutrients Nutrition Facts nuts obesity older children packaging pasta pattern setting peanut butter prepared protein purchased red meat reduce salad salt saturated fat sauce simple carbohydrate small amount snack foods Sodium SODIUM STEAROYL LACTYLATE soymilk sugar sugary cereals sugary food sweets taste tofu Total Carbohydrate Total Fat trans fat types unhealthy unsaturated fats usually variety vegetables vitamins and minerals weight gain wheat whole-grain whole-wheat bread yogurt young children