Eat, Play, and Be Healthy (A Harvard Medical School Book)

Paperback | February 18, 2005

byW. Allan Walker

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A new prescription for healthy eating for kids by one of the world's most respected pediatricians.

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A new prescription for healthy eating for kids by one of the world's most respected pediatricians.

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Written by one of the world's top nutritional physicians, Eat, Play, and Be Healthy gives scientifically sound and kitchen-tested advice on creating lifelong healthy eating habits. This book is a solution to the growing epidemic of nutrition-related health and behavior problems in children.--William Sears, M.D., author of The Baby Book...

W. Allan Walker, M.D., is a professor of pediatrics, the first Conrad Taff Professor of Nutrition, and the Director of the Division of Nutrition at Harvard Medical School. Courtney Humphries is a professional writer specializing in health topics.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8.9 × 5.9 × 0.68 inPublished:February 18, 2005Publisher:McGraw-HillLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071441867

ISBN - 13:9780071441865

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from One of the most important books of my career as a mother I am the mother of 3 children ages 6,4 and 15 months. I have lived by this book and my children are wonderful 'eaters'. They love all healthy foods. They have a diverse palate and a great relationship with food. If I could recommend one book to a new mother, this would be it. The philosophies behind this book are so simple and make perfect sense. I am amazed that the ideas in this book are not more widely understood. Why are certain unhealthy foods like packaged, processed macaroni and cheese considered 'kids food?" Why do parents feed their children different/separate meals from their own? Why are vegetables the 'bad guys' when they are the key to a healthy existence? I've already said too much. I just really like this book!
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