Eat This Not That! For Kids! : Be the Leanest, Fittest Family on the Block! - Thousands of Simple Food Swaps That Can Save Your Child from Obesity! by Matt Goulding and David Zinczenko (2008, Paperback)
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- SynopsisBased on the most popular column in both "Men's Health" and "Women's Health" magazines, this work is a comprehensive guide to what to eat at home, from the supermarket, even at a fast-food counter. 300 color photographs.,Be the smartest parent on the block - and keep your family lean and fit for life You and your kids can tap the secret of burning away fat and being the lean, healthy family you want to be - by making smart, healthy food choices. And now, the right choices are simple Whether youre in the frozen food aisle, the fast-food drive-thru, the local Olive Garden, or even your own kitchen, youre faced with dozens of food choices every single day. Which ones will help you and your children looking and feeling fit and trim - and which are loaded with hidden fat, calories, and other nasty stuff? Youll never know - unless you have Eat This Not That for Kids Did you know: * Moms with young children on average spend more money on fast food every year than on music, movies, books, and video games - combined? * Taking your child for a Baskin Robbins Heath Shake - even if you order the medium size - will load her up with 1,420 calories, 67 grams of fat, and 162 grams of sugar? (Thats like feeding her more than six Heath Bars in one sitting ) * The French Toast Sticks at Burger King packs a walloping 680 calories and half a days worth of saturated fat? (Order an Egg & Cheeese CroissanWich and save 380 calories ) With this simple illustrated guide to thousands of foods - and a complete nutrition and fitness guide to raising your child to be his happiest, healthiest self - youll make the right choices each and every time.,It's no secret that children are getting fatter: 17% of this country's youth are overweight or obese, and the number of diabetic children has nearly quadrupled in the past thirty years. Now, to help combat the problem, David Zinczenko, editor-in-chief of "Men's Health," and co-author Matt Goulding have created "Eat This, Not That for Kids." This must-have guide for concerned parents offers detailed analysis and nutritional tips on thousands of the most popular food choices for kids. Covering the best and worst options available at the most popular restaurants in the country as well as the healthiest and most harmful foods in the supermarket aisles, if kids are eating it, this book is probably analyzing it. Other features include: -Restaurant Report Cards on the best chain restaurants for your kids-Drink This, Not That for Kids-The 20 Worst Kids' Meals in America-10 "Healthy" Foods that Aren't-The 8 Foods You Should Feed Your Kid Every Day"
- AuthorDavid Zinczenko,Matt Goulding
- Number Of Pages320 pages
- Publication Date2008-08-19
- PublisherRodale Press, Incorporated
- Publication Year2008
- Copyright Date2008
- Weight13.6 Oz
- Height0.6 In.
- Width6.6 In.
- Length6.6 In.
- LC Classification NumberRJ206.Z52 2008
- Reviews"We are learning so much [from Eat This, Not That! and Eat This, Not That! For Kids ]." -- Rachael Ray "I love nutrition, I've gone to nutritionists, but putting it in this kind of stuff that we recognize in our everyday lives with our families, is truly educational. This is great." --Bonnie Hunt, host of The Bonnie Hunt Show "You can still have fun, but there are alternatives." --Al Roker, TODAY,I love nutrition, I've gone to nutritionists, but putting it in this kind of stuff that we recognize in our everyday lives with our families, is truly educational. This is great.,Praise for Eat This, Not That! For Kids: "We are learning so much [from Eat This, Not That! and Eat This, Not That! For Kids]." -- Rachael Ray "I love nutrition, I've gone to nutritionists, but putting it in this kind of stuff that we recognize in our everyday lives with our families, is truly educational. This is great." --Bonnie Hunt, host of The Bonnie Hunt Show "I Think Eat This, Not That!is a brilliant book."-Rachael Ray "You can still have fun, but there are alternatives." --Al Roker, TODAY "All-in-all, I found this to be a great little book and actually quite fun to read with its many pictures. With good knowledge in hand, the only other obstacle a parent faces is getting their kids motivated to carry out the advice in the book." --Amazon.com reviewer, Mark "It is great that the book has easy to make substitutions and ideas to get the most nutrition you can out of a fast food meal. This is a great book for any family to keep in the car for those meals on the go. Everyone can make the most informed choice possible!" --Amazon.com review, Ramona Ferguson "I absolutely love this book. I thought I was making healthy food choices before (and I was, for the most part). But this book opened my eyes to some shockingly bad food choices I was making. It also surprised me to find out how deceptively some food was marketed as healthy when it was anything but. (Organic "health food" cereal with as much sugar as a soda, for instance .. who would have thought?!!!) I'm so glad I bought it .. you will be, too! I was so impressed that I even bought extra for other family members!." --Amazon.com review, E. Heyn,You can still have fun, but there are alternatives.
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- 33joy.meAug 31, 2008by
Streamlined way to make better food choices for kids
This book is the same size as the yellow adult/original version of Eat This, Not That. Similar in that it is full of pictures, so you can take it with you and make choices as you're out in the world shopping and eating. Having a kids version gets them more involved too so they can be accountable and not just wondering why they're 15 pounds overweight. The main thing I like about calling it the kids version is that children can see for themselves what a difference they can make in their health by making wiser choices and small changes in baby steps. They don't have to change EVERYTHING all at once, but by reading and seeing the photos they can learn to choose better foods to give them health, not a big spare tire. Kids also like to hear things from sources other than their parents harping on them about what's good or bad. Before these books came out I didn't know the difference in some of these foods at home or at a restaurant. Book includes 8 daily essential foods for kids too. Another simple "point and click" or "cut and paste" type feature. It isn't necessarily rocket science, but it is a nice book to have on hand when you're trying to shop, cook, drive, eat, digest, change into clothes for sports, do or look over homework. Pictures saying a thousand words can save you precious time when you're on the run. Hope this helps you! Read full review
- serendipity4llsApr 13, 2009by
AWESOME, simple to understand book, my kids LOVE it!
It's very easy to understand, has restaurants and foods that the kids know and love. It's SUCH an interesting book with short hints on what some of the bad foods do to your body, the reactions you go through when you eat white bread, etc. It gives you all the calories, fats, etc. in all of these foods plus all of the interesting health facts -- a lot I would have never known. And, what's more, the kids are READING IT RIGHT NOW! I never even handed them the book, they saw it and keep picking it up to read over and over, looking up their favorite places to eat and favorite foods and now they know what choices they are making that are good, which are really bad, and what to do to help fix it! The book also tells which kids (age ranges) are deficient in what areas, where they can find the nutrients, what is good for their eyes and why, etc. VERY good book! Read full review
- seiffert2002May 08, 2011by
Very helpful book regarding appropriate things to feed children!
This is a very helpful, easy-to-use book. I learned several things I did not know, which helps when deciding what to feed my grandchildren. I bought the product specifically for that reason. It is one of the best books I've ever read on the subject. The only thing I disliked was the fact the print is too small. I found myself having to use a magnifier sheet if the sun wasn't shining directly on the pages. Regardless, I still would highly recommend this book.
- jbac03Jan 02, 2012by
Definitely a handy guide when choosing healthier options for our kids!
This book definitely comes in handy when cooking @ home or eating out with the kids. It's unbelievable the amount of calories in foods/meals designed for kids! This book gives the parents alternative (healthier) choices when it comes to meals for their children. Just doing simple "swaps" along with regular exercise will keep your children from falling into the staggering statistics of obese children. This practical guide comes in handy when grocery shopping as well. Great book!
- 939831343@delet...Nov 13, 2009by
Eat This Not That! for Kids! by David Zinczenko, Matt G
Bought it for my granddaughter who is 10 - very easy to read - interesting tips - we enjoyed the information and look forward to using it together. A lot of the information will surprise you - we have spent the past hour playing guessing games regarding which food is better! This store has great prices to boot!
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