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Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World

A practical approach to making the entire family healthy.

BACKGROUND Start the Diet Now Advertisement

With childhood obesity rates nearing record numbers, health experts are warning parents and children of the dangers of this growing trend. In the book, Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World, authors Judy Halliday R.N. and Joani Jack, M.D. teach parents about the three main factors that prevent children from becoming overweight:

  1. Healthy portions
  2. Exercise
  3. Nutritious meals

These are the three key components that need to be implemented into the lifestyles of every American family in order to reverse this dangerous trend of childhood obesity.

This is a practical guide that is peppered with sound medical information, faith-based principles and applicable advice for families who are committed to being and remaining healthy.

PRO
  • Advocates healthy eating and exercise
  • Includes practical tips and advice
  • Incorporate healthy lifestyle behaviors
  • Positive lifestyle approach for parents and children
  • Authors are experts in field
  • Available in hardback and Amazon Kindle
CON
  • Does not include any new information on ways to be healthy
  • Faith-based approach may turn away some readers
DIET and NUTRITION

Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World includes information on how to get your children to eat healthy meals and in portion-controlled quantities. It includes chapters on how to help your child understand how hungry he or she truly is, how to make wise food choices and how to stop eating when they are full.

EXERCISE

Exercise is one of the three main factors in Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World. The book includes advice for how to encourage your child to be more active and to participate in physical exercise that they enjoy.

CONCLUSION

Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World is a practical guide for getting your child to eat better and be more active. Although this book does not contain any new information on the perils of being overweight as a young child, it does include numerous ways for you to encourage a healthy lifestyle in your family. Its faith-based approach may turn off some parents who are looking to create a healthy home environment without the inclusion of religion.

Common Mispellings

Raizing Fit Kids in a Fat World, Raising Fat Kids in a Fit World, Raisig Fit Kids in a Fat World, Fat Kids Fit World


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