Healthy Ways for Children


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An in-depth conversation about exercise, healthy eating and improving self-esteem in adolescent children ages 7 - 15 years old.

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Tune in to hear about some healthy foods to help promote healthy eyes. There are so many fruits and vegetables that will not only improve the overall health of your body but keep your child's eyes working properly.

We have a parent panel lined up to discuss what its like to have a picky eater in the home. Feel free to call in and provide your input which just might help someone else

On the last program we discussed the Kids Under Construction summer programs. This time we will explore other camps in Georgia. Feel free to call in and share your camp.

If you wondered what exactly Kids Under Construction offers, this program will provide some great insight. I will break down the different options available not only this summer but all year around.

Join the conversation to discuss the USDA food recommendations for MyPlate. Linda Richmond, a certified nutrionist, will help provide insight concerning each component of the recommendation.

Join the conversation to discuss the food pyramid and recommended daily food amounts. Some have weight issues because they just are eating enough of the right foods or maybe too much of the wrong foods.

So many people want to feel their family healther foods but have no guidence in the matter. By eating healthier, it will improve your way of life, give you more energy and extend your life. Tune in to hear some key facts about the world of... more

Linda Watson started the Cook for Good project after becoming obsessed with the national Food Stamp Challenge: living on a dollar a meal per person for a week. Her three-week experiment became a lifestyle, the website... more

Join in the conversation for the conclusion of setting realistic goals for children. The last program provided the following three tips: 1. set a starting point; 2. the goal is unique to your child; and 3. small steps make a big difference and... more
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