Don’t know where to start when making diet changes? Here’s how to choose a healthy diet for autism, ADHD, allergies, asthma and more.
Visit the website of Get Real for Kids–an informational site run by a holistic pediatrician and a holistic health coach that is chock full of great information on healthy eating for children.
Get Real for Kids includes step-by-step plans for how to get your kids off junk food and eating nutritiously. Recipes galore!!
Allergy and Special Diet Help
Does your child have food allergies? Is your family on a restricted diet due to a health condition like autism or ADHD? Do you need help figuring out how to feed your children when they can’t eat like everyone else?
MyFoodMyHealth.com is a great online resource where you can get personalized weekly meal plans and recipes (complete with shopping guide) that are tailored to your particular health concerns (e.g., allergies, asthma, autism, etc.).
The brains behind MyFoodMyHealth include nationally known integrative dietitians and nutrition experts including Kathie Swift, MS RD LDN, Susan Lord, MD, Caroline Nation, Myrna Kornfeld, and Annemarie Colbin, PhD.
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Learn How to Cook and Feed Your Children Nutritious Food
Do you like the concept of a traditional foods diet but you aren’t sure how to put it all together?
Want to fix meals that your kids will actually like and want to eat?
Want to spend less than 30 minutes hands-on to get dinner on the table?
Want to get away from packaged and processed products?
Have you just gone gluten- or dairy-free and don’t know what to eat?
Need some recipes you could get on the table tonight without a lot of muss and fuss?
Have trouble remembering the advanced preparation required for nourishing meals?
Want to get out of a rut and try something new?
Want low-sugar desserts using only natural sweeteners that your kids will like?
Cooking Traditional Foods can help!
Click on the image below to sign up to receive a weekly menu planner which includes: recipes, shopping lists, daily reminders of what you need to be doing for food preparation, and step-by-step cooking instructions.
Another great resources where you can learn how to cook nutritious meals for your children is SUPPER HEROES:
More Information About Eating Healthy
The Weston A Price Foundation
–a yummy way to get your kids to eat nutrient-dense avocados!