Archive for children’s nutrition – Page 2

Quality Over Quantity for Healthier Halloween Sweets – Star Phoenix

Halloween is the start of the holiday season and of holiday weight gain. The average American gains between 6 and 8 pounds between Halloween and New Years, but only looses 2 to 4 of those pounds once the holidays are over.  How can we help ourselves and our children prevent…

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The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice Launches Companion Mobile App – Green Box Heroes

For Immediate Release The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice Launches Companion Mobile App – Green Box Heroes  Norcross, GA/October 14, 2014 – Effective Press announces that the new children’s illustrated book, The Green Box League of Nutritious Justice (ISBN 978-0988316317, Effective Press, 2014) by Dr. Keith Kantor; Peter Crouth,…

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Healthy Alternatives for Halloween Sweets – Chat with Women

Dr. Kantor recently joined Pam Gray and Rochelle Alhadeff on their radio show Chat with Women to talk about healthy alternatives for Halloween sweets. During their quick chat, the ladies ask whether or not there really are healthier candies out there for little trick-or-treaters.  Dr. Kantor believes that there are,…

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Healthy Halloween Starts at Home – Tallahassee Magazine

Halloween candy is typically processed, full of dye, high fructose corn syrup and excessive amounts of sugar and other harmful preservatives.  Halloween is the kickoff to holiday weight gain, avoid having the treats in the house and opt for a healthy alternative like the brand names listed below.  These companies…

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Strategies for Overcoming Excessive Amounts of Sugary Treats – American Chiropractor

Halloween candy is typically processed full of dye, high fructose corn syrup and excessive amounts of sugar and other harmful preservatives.  Halloween is the kickoff to holiday weight gain, avoid having the treats in the house and opt for a healthy alternative like the brand names listed below.  These companies…

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Healthy and Tasty Treats Kids Will Love – South Florida Parenting

When it comes to feeding children tasty treats around Halloween and the holidays, we must remember the old saying, everything in moderation.  Dr. Kantor shared healthy alternatives to typical sweet treats and how to encourage children to eat them, with South Florida Parenting Magazine.  One easy tip, don’t get candy…

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Healthy Alternatives to Typical Halloween Treats – Houston Family Magazine

Halloween candy is typically processed full of dye, high fructose corn syrup and excessive amounts of sugar and other harmful preservatives.  Halloween is the kickoff to holiday weight gain, avoid having the treats in the house and opt for a healthy alternative like the brand names listed below.  These companies…

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Involve Children in Making their Healthy Lunch – Southern Missourian

Dr. Kantor believes that we must be advocates for our children’s health and one way to do this is by getting them involved in packing a healthy lunch for school.   In this interview with The South Missourian, Dr. Kantor talks about his new book, The Green Box League of Nutritious…

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Climbing Childhood Obesity Rates – Parent Guide Magazine

Childhood obesity rates remain high in the United States of America.  Obesity is defined as an accumulation of body fat to the extent of which it may have a negative impact on health, leading to reduced life expectancy, and an increased risk for chronic diseases. 17% of children in the…

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Parents Must Be Positive Role Models for Healthy Eating – Nova Scotia News

In an interview with Kathy Johnson of Nova Scotia News, Dr. Kantor talks about everything from his new book and healthy eating, to health care. He reminds us that we don’t really have a health care system, we have a disease and accident management system.  The real concept of healthy…

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