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Nutrition and Hydration Tips for Children Active in Sports – She Knows

Dr. Kantor recently answered questions from She Knows about healthy foods and drinks for children who play sports.  This is a preview to an article that will be featured on their blog. Check back for the full article. What are the best snacks for kids who are playing outside, for…

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The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice Book Is Launched To Teach Children The Benefits of Proper Nutrition and Exercise

Feb 4, 2014 Illustrations and Characters Will Captivate Children A Portion of the Proceeds From Sales Will Go To Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals Norcross, GA/February 4, 2014 – Effective Press announces the release of the new children’s illustrated book, The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice (ISBN 978-0988316317, Effective Press,…

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Poem Featuring the Characters of The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice

My new children’s book, The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice, will be out soon!  Here is a poem featuring characters from the book, written by one of the co-authors Pete Crouth. My name is Knute Trition, Dr. Kantor asked me here, to proclaim that 2014 will be the start…

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NEW BOOK COMING SOON: The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice

I am so excited that my new children’s book, The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice, will be released soon. I believe that solving our obesity and healthcare crisis has to be done by educating our children and teaching them how and why we should live a healthy lifestyle.  I…

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Healthy Halloween Treats Kids Will Love! – The Talking Walnut

What are some healthy snack alternatives for toddlers this Halloween? If you are avoiding candy all together then orange fruit cups packed “in its own juice” are great alternatives to the traditional processed candy.  There are also several all natural candy alternatives like Newman’s Own organic snack size chocolates, Annie’s…

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“Fat Letters” Spark Controversy – WINA Radio

The media has sensationalized the recent letters that schools are sending home to parents if their child has a BMI over 30, by calling them “fat letters.”  Are these letters a good thing, or are they offensive to parents and their children? Dr. Kantor discussed this and other children’s health…

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Sugar and Its Effects on Children – Parenting Magazine

What are some healthy snack alternatives to Halloween candy? Halloween candy is typically processed full of dye, high fructose corn syrup and excessive amounts of sugar and other harmful preservatives.  If you want to still give out candy, go for the higher quality brands that are sweetened without high fructose…

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