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TOPIC: Transitioning Your Kids to a Whole Food Diet

Transitioning Your Kids to a Whole Food Diet 24 May 2013 14:19 #167

Transitioning Your Kids to a Whole Food Diet
Posted Aug 3, 2007 by April Horton

We all want to instill the best eating habits we can in our children to promote optimum health and nutrition. Unfortunately with the thousands of processed foods on the supermarket shelves and commercial advertising geared toward young children today, it is hard to enforce healthy eating habits. everywhere you turn there is chemicals, additives and preservatives in many prepackaged convenience foods. It is no coincidence that childhood obesity is directly linked to adult obesity which are both on the rise in today's society.

A whole foods diet is optimal for health and nutrition. It is eating foods as close to their natural state as possible with minimal or no processing. This includes whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables. If you eat meat try to get the best cuts you can. Grass fed and organic are always a plus. As for dairy you will want to avoid antibiotics and hormones so try to get organic whenever possible.

It's not always easy to get our kid's to eat healthy but we all want what is best for our kids health. Here are some tips to make transitioning easier.

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Transitioning Your Kids to a Whole Food Diet 24 May 2013 15:43 #168

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Whole Foods & Enzymatic Nutritionals Help Kids Battle Behavioral Conditions

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, depressive and aggressive behavior as well as medication substance abuse in our teen population have one common precipitating factor for the cause....NUTRITION.

Nutrition is not merely the foods teenagers put into their body....rather it is how well their body is able to utilize the nutrition and effectively remove toxins from the body. If teens eat a whole foods diet, that is foods in their raw state loaded with enzymes essential for positive behavioral health, then they stand a better chance to avoid the onset of all behavioral challenges.

CAOOY promotes the elimination of nutritional, physiological and environmental risk factors for behavioral challenges prior to premature drug therapy. Since our neurotransmitters, essential for positive behavioral health, are manufactured in the stomach teens should understand how a whole foods diet and enzymatic nutritionals provide optimal nutrition while removing harmful toxins in the stomach which may lead to chronic illness as well as cause the onset of behavioral conditions.

Learn how to create your whole foods diet and use enzymatic nutritionals that give teens and adults the ability to battle behavioral challenges as well as substance abuse without drug therapy by viewing the nutritional webinars on our Homepage and YouTube channel, exploring the ProJobaKids enzymatic nutritional line, or by contacting me via Ask the Pharmacist tab with any questions.

Incorporate these foods into your diet to effectively remove toxins from the body, which may lead to chronic illness as well as cause the onset of behavioral conditions and improve brain-gut connection.





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