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How to get your kids to eat right and enjoy it!
Hear is a guide preparing healthy meals your kids will love to eat. It tells you how to teach your children healthy eating habits and shares hints and recipes tfor happy mealtimes.
This practical book, written by a mom who is also a registered dietitian, offers advice on:
Breastfeeding when going back to work; Shopping smart and setting up a healthy, kid-friendly kitchen; Developing healthy eating habits now that can prevent heart disease, cancer, and osteoporosis later; Managing food safety, food allergies, and vegetarian eating; Dealing with food jags and food battles; Sneakinbg veggies into your kids' meals in a way they'll love.
It also provides over 100 kid-tested recipes that include complete nutrition analyses.
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I am a busy mom. I love cooking. My daughter got married 8 years ago with a small family and now she is back to work. She has been asking me for some secrets of the kind of delicious food she used to eat at home. She doesn’t want to eat out too often because she wants her children to eat well. So remembers some of the great nutritious meals she used to eat at home in the family. She has asked me put together some Crockpot recipes for her to use so that she can prepare them overnight and then come home with a ready meal. I am very particular that my children eat well nutritiously so I've chosen my favroite diet slow cooker recipes and put them in a series of Slow Cooker Cookbooks for her.
Using the crockpot or slow cooker is one of the best way to prepare your meals when you are fighting against time. All you need to do is to fill the slow cooker with the right ingredients. It is like magic. You need to pour in the right ingredients and right proportion. All my recipes to tell you exactly what ingredients to use and how much for each portion to have the right taste. You do not need a lot of cooking skills and yet at the same time, the outcome of the meals look like the ones you see in restaurants.
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Adventures in dream land…
Why Andy, a cute little boy, shrunk to a microscopic size?
What happened then?
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In this groundbreaking book, parenting expert and acclaimed author of the bestselling book Simplicity Parenting Kim John Payne, M.Ed., flips the script on children’s challenging or defiant behavior and lays out an elegantly simple plan to support parents in establishing loving, age-sensitive boundaries that help children feel safe and settled. In short: What looks like misbehavior is actually your children’s signal that they’re feeling lost, that they are trying to find direction and looking to you to guide them back on course.
Payne gives parents heartwarming help and encouragement by combining astute observations with sensitive and often funny stories from his long career as a parent educator and a school and family counselor. In accessible language, he explains the relevance of current brain- and child-development studies to day-to-day parenting. Breaking the continuum of childhood into three stages, Payne says that parents need to play three different roles, each corresponding to one of those stages, to help steer children through their emotional growth and inevitable challenging times:
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Instead of being merely the receiver of the parents' psychological and spiritual legacy, children function as ushers of the parents' development. Parents unwittingly pass on an inheritance of psychological pain and emotional shallowness. To handle the behavior that results, traditional books on parenting abound with clever techniques for control and quick fixes for dysfunction. In Dr. Shefali Tsabary's conscious approach to parenting, however, children serve as mirrors of their parents' forgotten self. Those willing to look in the mirror have an opportunity to establish a relationship with their own inner state of wholeness. Once they find their way back to their essence, parents enter into communion with their children, shifting away from the traditional parent-to-child "know it all" approach and more towards a mutual parent-with-child relationship. The pillars of the parental ego crumble as the parents awaken to the ability of their children to transport them into a state of presence.