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How to Get Kids to Eat Great and Love It! by Christine Wood

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Published by Kids Eat Great .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Health - Nutrition,
  • Nutrition,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Diet / Health / Fitness

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages220
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9870900M
ISBN 100967338700
ISBN 109780967338705
OCLC/WorldCa43496980

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No more lunchmeat for this gang. Getting kids to eat well is always a challenge, but Dr. Wood gives some great ideas for all ages. The book has easy to understand information on diet and nutrition and tips to help the whole family eat wiser. This would make a great gift for a new mom. Wonderful book! Thanks so much.” ~Mary Beth Chan Mother of. How To Get Kids to Eat Great and Love It! Who worries about heart attack risks in a four-year old, adult-onset type diabetes in a twelve-year old, or cancer risks from the food we eat? Well, perhaps we should be concerned.   Christine Wood, M.D., has been a practicing pediatrician for sixteen years and is the author of the book How to Get Kids to Eat Great & Love It! (KidsEatGreat, Inc., ) and maintains two web sites at () and ().Pages:   This book shows you how to get your kids to eat healthy for a lifetime of healthy living. It gives specific success tips for feeding: newborns to year one, /5.

Get this from a library! How to get kids to eat great and love it!. [Christine Wood] -- This book shows you how to get your kids to eat healthy for a lifetime of healthy living. It gives specific success tips for feeding: newborns to year one, toddlers, preschoolers, school-age children. Whether it’s getting them to eat more vegetables, eat a more balanced diet or simply just enjoy eating, all of us parents are constantly looking for ways to get our kids to eat great and love it! Along with our wonderful sponsors, Jamba Juice, we want to share a few tips to getting kids to eat great all the time (and actually enjoy it, too).   How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food. by Jane Yolen. How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food is a great book to bring out if you have a picky eater who is exceptionally messy, or you’re working on teaching your kid to keep their food on their tray or fun illustrations and silly but messy dinosaurs are totally relatable for kids but come with some great lessons about what to do at the table.   Construction/Garden Plate & Utensil Set by Constructive Eating. We love the unique Construction and Garden plate and utensil sets from Constructive Eating, and they were one of the biggest hits with our picky eater testers. They kept the kids completely enthralled with their meal, as they worked hard to push the food up the plate’s ramps using the fun bulldozer or hoe utensil.

This book has helped me in the midst of my feeding battle with my second child (which after this book I know it's not a battle worth picking) The gist is: Don't pressurize them to eat nor praise them when they do, give 3 meals and 2 snacks a day, don't faff about the amount of food they eat, we're only responsible for WHAT food and WHEN to serve.4/5(62).   Gilbert finally got her answer during a book signing in Washington, D.C., when a woman shared an inspiring story with her. She told Gilbert about her mother, a traditional Irish-Catholic woman who grew up in a very restrictive household in the 50s. "She got married at 18, had five kids . If your kids eat something nutritious, ask them how they feel. Suggest names for these feelings, such as "energized" or "happy." Or if they eat sugar, point out if they "are more hyper" or when they "get a time-out more often." One message that we've given Chloe is that food is a fuel for the body -- and hers works best when it's given top.   Looking for ways to get your picky eater to try new foods? Try reading a fun and colorful children's book about veggies! This extensive list of 50+ Children's Books About Food is not only great for encouraging kids to try new foods, but is great for incorporating into school, preschool and summer camp curriculum.