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Need some lunchbox ideas with your kids heading back to school? I don't think I can ever have enough new lunch ideas for variety.
Join us for some healthy and delicious ideas for your little ones to enjoy as we welcome Valerie Remy-Milora of Scrumptious Moms again.
Valerie is a mom of three girls, one whom is in high school, so she has packed her fair share of lunchboxes through the years!
She was our guest for the Freshman 15 show several episodes ago, which has been very popular. If you know someone who would enjoy that one, be sure and share it with them.
Don't have kids? Join us anyway if you pack a lunch for your workday! It can help stretch the budget a little farther and usually helps if you're trying to eat a healthier diet!
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Stephanie Katleman, Founder of The M.O.M. Method, talks the importance of teaching your kids to manage their time. Spotlight on Moms features Lindsey Laurain of EzPzFun.com. Nationally certified speech language pathologist and feeding therapist, Cindy Morrison AKA Chew Chew Mama, shares tips for parents struggling with picky eaters. Barb Schmidt, author of The Practice, shares tips for achieving inner peace. Heather Stouffer, founder of Mom Made Foods, shares tips for making lunchbox meals fun and easy.
It’s hard for a student to learn and retain information when they are in pain especially from a toothache. Dental health is often ignored as a teaching and learning crisis. Dr. Winifred Booker is the CEO and Director of Development at the Children’s Oral Health Institute. She will provide information about the importance of oral health and how to infuse it into your class. Join our 30 minute BlogTalkRadio to learn more about her nationwide Lessons in a Lunchbox and Code Red: The Oral Health Crisis in Your Classroom programs. These programs are approved by the Maryland State Legislation and accepted by the Maryland State Department of Education. Dr. Booker presents at schools across the nation and has received numerous awards including the Girls Scouts of America and the Metro Baltimore Alliance of Black School Educators.
What should you do, pack school lunches for your kids or give them some lunch money? Well that all depends on what is being served at your school for a few dollars a day. From public to private schools, we will be reviewing how well schools are nourishing your kids. And, we’ll remind you why, what your children eat in the middle of their school day, will make a difference in their class room, artistic and athletic performance levels. Joining co-host Carolina Jantac, RD (Kid Kritics Approved) and me is Hillary Feerick, author of the Mitch Spinach book series, full time teacher and mom. She will speak from her experience of spending years in school cafeterias and school halls and classes. She’s going to tell us what kids are eating, regardless of what they are being served. And, we’ll share what we know kids will eat for lunch that will set them up for a positive school year!
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Sherry Torkos, pharmacist, author, certified fitness instructor and health enthusiast, gives tips to help you repair and prepare for spring. Spotlight on Moms features Sara Lafountain of CookWith5Kids.blogspot.com. Shannon Hayes, author of Homespun Mom Comes Unraveled, shares radical homemaking tips. Bobbie Rhoads, founder and CEO of FunBites, shares information about her product, her experience on Shark Tank and winning the Huggies Mom Inspired Grant. Heather Stouffer, founder of Mom Made Foods, shares tips for making lunchbox meals fun and easy.
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed goes beyond the typical blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview, engaging multiple guests in spontaneous conversations.
Moms and Dads: Do you disagree with each other [and with other family members] about your parenting approach, potty training, handling your child's tantrums, and picky eating? Meet Miss Megan Pike, working mom, positive discipline practitioner, sleep training expert and owner / founder of Conscious Proactive Parenting and Mantra Sleep Solutions. A Governess to NYCity families for 15+ years, she is a Montessori School Directress, Board Certified Holistic Health Coach and Life Coach. Learn the distinction between a Governess and Nanny, and how "The Miss Megan Effect” can revitalizie your parenting and child care. www.TheMissMeganEffect.Com
Moms and Dads: Now let's talk about what your kids eat for lunch at school. If your child's lunch is mainly sugar/salt-loaded processed foods and no fresh fruits/veggies – and if you're protesting, "I have NO time to pack them a healthy lunch every morning" – meet Coach Kimberly Young, MA. Her book, 5-Minute Lunchbox: The busy family's guide to packing deliciously simple, kid-approved healthy lunches, was written for YOU. Coach Kim's book features 25 kid-friendly fun meals, a weekly shopping list and easy ingredient substitutions for food allergies, vegans, and vegetarians. www.amazon.com/5-Minute-Lunchbox
TODAY IS THE GLOBAL DAY FOR GIVING BACK. LAST YEAR, PEOPLE DONATED MORE THAN 19-MILLION DOLLARS TO CHARITY ON THAT DATE ALONE.
THIS YEAR, THE HEALTH DATA-SHARING WEBSITE “PATIENTSLIKEME” IS ASKING FOR A DIFFERENT KIND OF DONATION – OF HEALTH INFORMATION.
THE IDEA IS FOR PATIENTS TO SHARE THEIR DATA SO THAT OTHERS CAN BENEFIT.
JOINING US IS GARTH CALLAGHAN, THE AUTHOR OF THE NEW BOOK CALLED “NAPKIN NOTES.”
TELL US ABOUT YOUR OWN DIAGNOSIS, THE NAPKIN NOTES CONCEPT, AND WHAT MESSAGE YOU WANT PEOPLE TO TAKE AWAY FROM THIS NOTE-WRITING IDEA?
WHAT IS GIVING TUESDAY ALL ABOUT, AND WHAT’S DIFFERENT THIS YEAR?
TELL US WHAT THE “24 DAYS OF GIVING” CAMPAIGN HOPES TO ACCOMPLISH?
HOW CAN PEOPLE GET INVOLVED?
FOR PATIENTS AND OTHERS WHO WANT TO GET INVOLVED – WHAT SHOULD THEY KNOW?
Garth Callaghan Biography
W. Garth Callaghan has been diagnosed with cancer four times since November 2011 and doctors recently gave him five years to live. So Garth set out with a mission: to write 826 napkin notes for his 14-year-old daughter, Emma; one for each day until she graduates from high school. When Emma was in kindergarten, Garth began packing the handwritten napkins with personal notes and famous quotes inside her lunchbox.
Garth compiled the notes in a self-published e-book, Napkin Notes. With a passionate social media fan base, he shares the daily napkin inspiration on his blog, Twitter and Facebook. His story has gained national attention and he and Emma have appeared on The Today Show and Fox & Friends.
Because Jamie Oliver’s food programs originated in England, the question is, are kids there now choosing to eat healthier foods? If not, what is turning kids on to better-for- you meals there? Or, are they eating them at all? What about the school lunch programs – have they improved? Or, are moms in the United Kingdom dealing with the same struggles of how to feed kids as we do in the United States? Our guest, Katharine Tate, known as “The Food Teacher,” is a qualified teacher, nutritional therapist and “mum” who has worked with children in schools located in the UK, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She’ll tell us about food programs that do work, such as educating parents, “Cookery Schools” and inspirational Head Teachers. Judging from her recipes and family health tips, Katharine is innovative while focusing on nutrition, well-being and fresh and flavor-filled recipes that appeal to the whole family. These include: Citrus Mango Coco Bites (dairy free), Cinnamon Apple & Vanilla Cashew Cream (Dairy Free), Cauliflower Rice, gluten free/no added sugar chocolate brownies, Tomato & Lentil Soup (winter is coming), Parsnip Hummus… just a few of her treasure chest of delicious healthy ones kids will eat!
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Katharine, Carolina and me as we take you on a trip to England for some great food ideas for kids! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.
For most Americans, back-to-school season is about shopping for supplies and new clothes. However, for parents/guardians who have a child with a food allergy, there is a more serious issue to prepare for each school year. Sending a food allergic child to school can cause fear and anxiety. Here to help parents and their children learn how to manage food allergies at school is pediatrician, JJ Levenstein, MD (FAAP).
Your child’s school lunch provides about a third of the calories they’ll need during the day. So how do you make sure that what they’re eating at school is healthy and keeps them from getting hungry before the final bell rings? Joining us with top brown bag tips and healthy meal planning advice is 7th generation farmer and mother, Katie Pratt.
Back to school season is here which means parents everywhere are searching for new ways to get their children excited about their lunches all year long. Nutritionist and Rock the Lunchbox spokesperson, Amelia Winslow, shares some interesting lunchbox survey findings and tips to help you keep your child’s lunch both nutritious and exciting.
Whether you are a brand new parent or have teenagers leaving the nest in a few short years, MomRN has advice, support, and encouragement to help you on your journey through parenthood. Her expertise has helped thousands of parents as they strive to be the best parents they can be. Join MomRN and her expert guests each week for practical advice for raising a happy, healthy family.
The drop zone is a dreaded area for most every mom and designer. How do we deal with it? Join us.
Enter kitchen. Drop keys.
Enter kitchen. Drop papers from school.
Enter kitchen. Drop lunchbox.
Enter kitchen. Stare at items that should be somewhere else.
Yes, the last person is anti-drop zone.
Why has the kitchen counter become a drop zone for anything and everything that enters the house. Mail, packages, homework, keys, wallets, sun glasses, coffee cups. It's all there. And it would be easy to learn everything you might want to know about a family from what is inside that drop zone.
But what can we do about it? Should we eliminate it? Or embrace the drop zone?
We're talking with kitchen and design experts-- Stacy Garcia and Lisa Smith, from the weekly Twitter chat #KBTribeChat about the drop zone.
Join us on Tuesday, August 26th at 1pmET to share your thoughts as we discuss the kitchen drop zone live on YouTube and G+ on-air hangout. Post a comment below or share with us during the chat. We'd love to know what you think.
Kristin is joined by Chef Mareya to learn how your family can "eat cleaner". And, what exactly is clean eating? Why should I make changes to what and how my family eats?
Also known as the "Fit Foodie", Mareya shares her love for food and some delicious new recipes to try- You're sure to love them, totally guilt-free.
We cover Lunchbox ideas for the school year. The new way of eating for us parents, now that the kids are gone again, and so is their junkfood. Plus, her "4 Sanity Savers for Mom".
Learn how to feel good with an especially tasty treat today for Mommy Monday! Click here for all the buzz, links, pics, & to get Chef Mareya's book!
What should you do, pack school lunches for your kids or give them some lunch money? Well that all depends on what is being served at your school for a few dollars a day. From public to private schools, we will be reviewing how well schools are nourishing your kids. And, we'll remind you why, what your children eat in the middle of their school day, will make a difference in their class room, artistic and athletic performance levels. Joining co-host Carolina Jantac, RD (Kid Kritics Approved) and me is Hillary Feerick, author of the Mitch Spinach book series, full time teacher and mom. She will speak from her experience of spending years in school cafeterias and school halls and classes. She's going to tell us what kids are eating, regardless of what they are being served. And, we'll share what we know kids will eat for lunch that will set them up for a positive school year!