Mary Brighton is participating in a four-week dietetic training program until mid February 2013. She hopes to complete the French government’s dietetic requirements to have the right to practice the dietetic profession in France. Wish her luck! In the meantime, over the next month she brings you highlights of articles published during the first year of BrightonYourHealth. Happy reading and please feel free to add your opinion in the “Leave a Reply” section below the article.
This is call to action about something close to my heart.
Healthy kids. Raising them healthy. Keeping them healthy.
I am sure you agree that when our kids, grand kids, (all the kids that we love) are healthy, we feel grateful.
But how do our kids get healthy? It is not just luck. It is work. A team effort too. And I fully believe that teaching our kids about living healthy is as important as any parental job. Teaching, raising and keeping our kids healthy prepares them for what faces them in the future:
How to live healthy in our unhealthy world.
How to stay in a good weight range.
How to have a positive self-esteem and good mental well-being.
By teaching our kids to live healthy we give them the gift that keeps giving. Because our kids will teach their kids how to live healthy too.
The childhood obesity epidemic and its health side effects
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