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Mindful Eating for Children

This is going to be a short post. First, I want to send many thanks to everyone who posted a comment on any of my previous few posts. I really like reading what people have to say and in some ways, I know I had an impact on someone that day!

I need to catch up with many of your blogs. I’m sure you have great recipes and nutrition tips out there. I have to submit my work for a project tonight, and it’s been a challenge to get my work done with my lovely family around–too much great interruption! Anyways, once I’m done with my work, I will have some time to breathe and read your lovely posts.

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As for now, I want to share an article I wrote a while ago for a website called SuperKids Nutrition. It’s run by a registered dietitian, and many dietitians contribute articles and their expertise on different nutrition topics related to children. My article was about teaching children mindful eating habits. There are few concepts I learned myself while researching and reading for this article, and I’m already incorporating some of them.

Thank you Melissa from SuperKids Nutrition for this opportunity–it’s been great working with you! Here’s the link to the Top Ten Mindful Eating Steps to Teach Kids.

Coming up on Monday: Fellow dietitian, Angie Lamberson, who specializes in diabetes education will kindly share her take on artificial sweeteners in a guest blog post.

Enjoy your weekend! Any fun food or exercise plan?

Nour’s guidance and expertise was the key to dramatically halting our son’s [Crohn’s] disease progression! His pediatric gastroenterologist is now in agreement of our choice to treat solely with diet and supplements. All his labs have improved and his inflammatory markers are so low they are practically nonexistent.

Before working with Nour, I experienced intestinal pain off and on for for 54 years with minimal success on medications. I have benefited 100% from Nour’s program as I am now pain free!

A lot of time and money was wasted on foods that I thought would help my digestive struggles [diarrhea, bloating, hunger], but in fact I was making it worse. The main benefit is getting a handle on what negatively affects my digestive symptom. Doing a total 180 to my eating habits has been pretty amazing.


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