What your kids should eat to get a real nutritional edge
"This is a book every parent can use and appreciate."
-Julie O'Sullivan Maillet, PhD, RD
President, American Dietetic Association
Does your grade-schooler ever trade away his lunch? Does she only pick at her dinner at home, or complain she doesn't like what's set before her? The grade-school years are nutritionally a very important time for children, and getting your child to eat healthy and make smart choices can be a challenge.
Written with the full support of the American Dietetic Association, the American Dietetic Association Guide to Healthy Eating for Kids arms you with practical skills to make sure your kids are eating right even when they're not under your roof. Jodie Shield and Mary Catherine Mullen are mothers as well as registered dietitians with more than twenty years of professional experience in childhood nutrition. Their five-star system offers hands-on advice on how to turn eating dilemmas into fun, nutritionally educational opportunities. Whether your child is a breakfast skipper, an unreasonable eater, a lunch trader, or even a snack-a-holic, you'll find fast, real-life solutions for transforming eating habits, including:
Banishing brown bag boredom
Offering delicious recipes your child won't be able to resist, this timely reference gives you all the nutrition knowledge you need to teach your child how to eat smart-now and for the rest of his or her life.