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It's not about the broccoli : three habits to teach your kids for a lifetime of healthy eating

Rose, Dina (author.).

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Greenwood PL - Greenwood NONFICTION 613.2083 ROS (Text) 36626103572533 2nd Floor Adult Nonfiction Available -

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  • ISBN: 9780399164187
  • ISBN: 0399164189
  • Physical Description: print
    viii, 256 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York, New York : Perigee, [2014]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-254).
Formatted Contents Note: Bagels, pizza, pasta, nuggets: how did we get here?: Why it's not about the broccoli ; How focusing on nutrition leads to poor habits ; If you had my kid, you'd understand: how your issues hold you hostage -- Teaching habits: The big fix ; Managing mac 'n' cheese and other kid foods: teaching proportion ; Laying the foundation for variety: teaching your child how to try new foods ; From pasta and nuggets to veggies and fish: teaching variety as a daily habit ; My kid likes to party all the time: moderation in a modern world ; Troubleshooting.
Summary, etc.: "You already know how to give your kids healthy food. But the hard part is getting them to eat it. After years of research and working with parents, Dina Rose discovered a powerful truth: When parents focus solely on nutrition, their kids--surprisingly--eat poorly. But when families shift their emphasis to behaviors--the skills and habits kids are taught--they learn to eat right. Every child can learn to eat well--but only if you show them how to do it. Dr. Rose describes the three habits--proportion, variety, and moderation--all kids need to learn, and gives you clever, practical ways to teach these food skills. All children can learn: - How to confidently explore strange, new foods - How to know when they're hungry and when they're full - What to do when they say they're 'starving'--and about to attend a birthday party - How to branch out from easy-to-like prepackaged kid fare to more mature tastes and textures: savory, tangy, runny, crunchy - How to engage in open and honest talk about food without yelling, "I don't like it!" With It's Not About the Broccoli, you can teach your children how to eat, and give them the skills they need for a lifetime of health and vitality"--
Subject: Children Nutrition
Natural foods
Health promotion
FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS / Parenting / General
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