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Renata Olah: Part 3 – How Healthy Food Affects Children

11. May 2020

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Renata Olah: Part 3 – How Healthy Food Affects Children

Your great-great grandmother would know potatoes. She’d be wary (and we should be, too) of potato chips, not to mention French fries with chili cheese sauce. She’d recognize fresh strawberries and oats, not strawberry flavoured breakfast cereal. She’d know whole-grain bread, not bagel snack chips. If she were from Italy, she’d know fresh tomatoes, garlic, and herbs, not canned tomato sauce. What, more specifically, are real, or good, carbs? They’re fresh fruits; fresh vegetables; whole grains like oats, barley, whole-grain couscous, brown rice, quinoa, millet, and sprouted whole-grain bread; starchy vegetables like potatoes, corn, and yams; and legumes like black beans, peas, and pinto beans.

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Renata Olah: Why Children Develop Unhealthy Food Preferences (Part 2)

29. April 2020

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Renata Olah: Why Children Develop Unhealthy Food Preferences (Part 2)

Want to know how junk food affects children? Want to better understand how diet is directly tied to your child's; energy, focus, obesity risk, chronic illness, self-esteem and depression... We have the answers.

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Renata Olah: Why Children Develop Unhealthy Food Preferences

30. March 2020

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Renata Olah: Why Children Develop Unhealthy Food Preferences

Have you ever wondered why it's so difficult to get kids to eat their vegetables? Not wanting to eat broccoli is rooted in a much more complicated issue than just not liking green food. How we come to like certain foods is associated with many factors and is referred to as food preferences.

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