The teen years are a time of heightened growth and development, a time when optimal nutrition is critical, and a time when our children’s bodies become adult-like. Yet, many teens have bad habits that sacrifice good nutrition!
Imagine a pill that helped children cope with stress better, improved mood and physical health, had no serious negative side effects, and didn’t cost a penny. We would all want one, right? Well, it’s not a pill, but there is something that does all those things:
Cheryl Forberg, nutritionist for the hit reality show "The Biggest Loser", discusses with Kate Raidt why school cafeteria food is typically unhealthy, certain foods to avoid in school cafeterias and how to pack a healthy sack lunch for your child.
America has an epidemic of overweight adults and children: 65% are overweight and 35% are obese. What is causing this health epidemic? Kate Raidt has a frank discussion with nutritionist Cheryl Forberg about America's health crisis - and the real reason so many people are overweight.
Many parents pack sack lunches for their children to avoid unhealthy cafeteria food. But many traditional sack lunches are just as unhealthy as cafeteria food. Nutritionist for the hit TV show "The Biggest Loser", Cheryl Forberg, shares how to pack a healthy sack lunch for your child.
What do you think of with a New Year? New year's Resolutions of course! What will your resolution be for the year 2012? Get out of debt, find a new job, give up sodas, make new friends, read more books, or lose weight/get healthy?