Choices you make concerning what you eat affect every single area of your life. It affects how you feel, how you sleep, how much energy, strength and brain power you have, how you look and whether you will age with vitality.
Nutrition is very important for everyone, but it is especially important for children because it is directly linked to all aspects of their growth and development; factors which will have direct ties to their level of health as adults. For example, a child with the right balance of omega fatty acids in their daily diet has a much better chance at creating a more solid foundation for their brain activity and capabilities later on. Likewise, a child who practices a low fat and cholesterol diet on a daily basis significantly improves their chances of preventing a heart attack; even if heart disease tends to be hereditary within your family.
You will also help promote a better quality of life if you instill proper nutrition trends in your children. It will allow them to partake in more activities and with greater enjoyment. People with high levels of health also consistently report that they enjoy elevated feelings of wellness and wellbeing. As part of this, children are also able to fight off colds with improved efficiency with the support of proper nutrition. Another huge reason why nutrition is so important for children is because they simply don’t know enough on their own to naturally choose to eat well. Unfortunately, the foods and snacks that taste the best are usually the worst for our bodies, and a child left to their on whim will almost always choose junk food over fruits and vegetables.
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or on-line seminar and learn how to provide them with the right nutrition now and they will learn at an early age what’s necessary for good health. This will also help to set them up for a life of proper eating and nutrition, almost certainly helping them to live longer.
Here’s What You’ll Learn:
- Nutrition Fundamentals for Children & Family
- The two biggest culprit foods for symptoms, conditions and disease
- Why peanuts are causing life-threatening reactions
- Which foods are the biggest culprits for food sensitivities and allergies
- The healthier alternatives and how much of each food a child needs
- How to help your child eat healthy despite his or her growing independence (e.g. friends houses, summer camp etc)
- Ways to make great tasting and nutrient-rich meals for your child – The one supplement that offers the most protection for your overall health
- Supplements requirements by children of every age
- How to slowly integrate healthier eating into your family’s lifestyle
- Learn which foods pack the biggest nutritional punch
- How to help build and support your child’s immune system
- Which foods are nutrient robbers and provide empty calories
- How to work with your child’s growing independence (e.g. picky eaters)
- Ways to make great tasting, healthy & interesting meals for your child
- How to feed your child in order to prevent and treat various ailments (e.g. gas, tummy ache, constipation, diarrhea, headaches, vomiting, ear infections, colds, poor sleeping, and more).
Nutrition for Teens
- Beautiful skin; controlling pimples and acne. Some foods are better than others when it comes to healthy hair, clean skin, more energy and feeling better about yourself
- Controlling weight gain due to hormonal imbalances; you can determine the real problem behind weight gain, acne and PMS and use food as part of the solution.
- Nutrition and Sport; adequate sports nutrition needs for teens enrolled in sports
- Controlling PMS symptoms
- Supporting digestion; constipation, food sensitivities, bloating
- Improving focus, mood, and concentrating
- How to improve sleep patterns
- Ways to boost immune system naturally
- Smoking, drugs and alcohol take vitamins away from your body. Learn why these are more harmful than you think
Online 3 hour (playback included) seminar $45/family
In-Person Attendance $85/family
Online and in-person attendance fee includes take-home guides and tools for the entire family