Better Food for Kids

Better Food for Kids

Your Essential Guide to Nutrition for All Children From Age 2 to 10

Book - 2010
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Most parents understand the importance of providing their children with nutritious, well-balanced meals, yet they sometimes need help and guidance in order to prepare healthy dishes when their children are between the critical ages of two and ten years old. In these early years children can develop the positive attitudes toward good nutrition that will allow them to lead to a healthy lifestyle as adults. This new edition of 'Better Food for Kids' features: - New, revised, expanded and updated nutritional information on topics such as essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals, food safety, food allergies and dealing with picky eaters. - 75 new recipes, bringing the recipe count to more than 200. - Updates and modifications to all of the recipes so they reflect the latest guidelines for salt and sugar intake. Here are some of the recipes that the whole family will enjoy: * Baked vegetable frittata * Breakfast fruit smoothie * Courgette pudding * Tex-Mex turkey wraps * Tasty tofu * Carrot-potato soup * Macaroni and beef with cheese * Lemon mustard chicken * Braised lamb * Deluxe coleslaw * Pizza-style hamburgers * Family cheese fondue * Apple gingerbread * Peanut butter brownies. With both professional advice and delicious recipes that are thoroughly tested and analysed, this guide is a comprehensive resource for parents. Illustrated
Publisher: Toronto : Robert Rose, c2010.
Edition: 2nd ed.
ISBN: 9780778802518
Characteristics: 352 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Additional Contributors: Kalnins, Daina


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May 09, 2011

Not recommended.

I'm completely disappointed with this book, and beside myself that the Hospital for Sick Children would allow a book that says, if you children drink soda then limit it to two cans a day? Are you kidding me?! They say this is the "Essential Guide to Nutrition for 2 to 10 year olds". yea right.

Also stating that there's no real difference between conventional and organic foods? Seriously?

I wouldn't be surprised if Monsanto funded the creation and publishing of this book.


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