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Encourage Your Kids to Make Good Food Choices with These Tips – Emporia Gazette

Dr. Kantor shares tips to encourage kids to make good food choices, as well as great summer recipes that kids can help make with the Emporia Gazette. Q1.  What are some healthy meals that even the kids can make while they are home for the summer? Kids tend to be sick…

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Summer Snacks and Meals for Kids – Healthy Moms Magazine

Dr. Kantor recently shared healthy summer snack and meal ideas with Healthy Moms Magazine Snacks Sweet Potato Chips– these are a great alternative to processed chips, small children will not be able to cut the potatoes but they can drizzle with oil, honey and cinnamon.  Ingredients 1 large sweet potato…

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Healthy Meals for Caregivers – Caregivers For Home

When given the role as caregivers, it’s only natural to have the urge to bring treats to those who are being cared for.  Rather than bringing a processed, high sugar treats, keep the health of those in mind. Bring a healthy option packed with nutrition that is not made with…

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Healthy Snack Alternatives to Halloween Candy – Today’s Momma Blog

What are some healthy snack alternatives to Halloween candy?  Halloween candy is typically processed, full of dye, and high fructose corn syrup with 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…

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Healthy Snacks Essential for Kids – Atlanta Journal Constitution

Kids are heading back to school, and that leaves many parents wondering what healthy snacks and lunch choices they can pack for their children. Dr. Kantor recently spoke with the Atlanta Journal Constitution about nutrition for kids, and gave many ideas and tips for healthy eating.  He also says that…

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Nutritious Lunch and Snack Options for Children – Brownfield Ag News

A big concern for our children today is that they are addicted to sugar, evident by the rising obesity rates.  These rates coincide with our schools not having daily gym classes, nutrition not being taught and overall less activity among children.  Dr. Kantor recently discussed these facts and what we…

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Healthy Kids: Importance of Nutrition for Our Children – Food For Thought

Dr. Keith Kantor and Heather Atwood of Food For Thought recently spoke about health and nutrition, specifically the importance of proper nutrition for our children.  Dr. Kantor believes that if we make our children’s health a priority, no matter how busy our schedules, we will make the time to provide…

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