Wiggly jelly worms? For breakfast?
Anything goes in a fast-paced, fast-food society, right? But when Michael finds himself sloshing through the day in s-l-o-w m-o-t-i-o-n, he quickly learns that "anything goes" isn't always the best plan. His body needs more than wiggly worms to function at its best.
Parents like you want to do better than "anything goes" with the health of your kids at stake, but how? You can start early to empower and guide them toward making better food choices with education, awareness, and follow-through as a familyone day at a time. With the help of Michael and his friends in What's in My Food? your kids will begin to see that better food choices lead to healthier, stronger bodies. And for reinforcement, you'll find . . .
Quick tips that show what's in your food
Talking points on the benefits of healthy foods
Questions to get kids thinking about what they eat
A home-schooling mom of three, Deborah Flores brings a passion for raising healthy children to the pages of What's in My Food? She admits to being a fast-food-give-me-anything-prepackaged-because-I-can't-cook mom. But Deborah and her family are slowly recoveringtogether. And, by deciding now to get your family off the "anything goes" plan, so can you.
WHATS IN MY FOOD
Deborah Lynn Flores
Seaside, CA, US