Every well-meaning parent longs for their children to be healthy and eat healthily, but sometimes that seems easier said than done. In this article, my friend, Susan Neal, shares 8 tips you can use to entice kids to eat healthy foods. Hint: you’ve got to make it fun!
Susan Neal, RN, MBA, MHS, and I talk about how to help our children establish good health and eating habits. You’ll be astounded by the statistics our children face regarding obesity and disease. Susan wants to change all that. Education is key. She is a certified health and wellness coach whose background in nursing and health services lead her to seek new ways to educate and coach people to overcome health challenges. Her passion and mission are to improve the health of Americans.
There often seems to be so few things we can actually control in this life, but the food we eat is within our control. If you’re at all like me, you may find the food pyramid and different nutrition fads confusing. Is the paleo diet best? The Mediterranean diet? The keto diet? Because of that, I’ve asked my friend, Susan Neal, to share from her professional and personal experience with us today to help us better understand some dangers and problems with today’s foods you may want to know about.
Susan Neal, RN, and I talk about how to improve your health and weight by focusing on the foods you consume. We talk about root causes of health issues like candida and gluten intolerance and different ways we can maximize our health. Susan Neal, RN, MBA, MHS is a certified health and wellness coach whose background in nursing and health services led her to seek new ways to educate and coach people to overcome health challenges. Her passion and mission are to improve the health of Americans.