What is it about? Eating your way to a better health. Lee provides recipes and tabs full of advice such as foods to avoid, how to use food as medicine, good fats, supplements and detox tips. Lee also writes reviews on cookware and appliances as well as a section geared toward healthy lunch box ideas for kids and other members of the family.
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Why should I read it? It’s so much more than reading post after post. The blog offers an interactive ‘Heal Your Gut’ 4 week program you can join. Lee talks about how most health/diet conditions are linked to the gut since all your food, nutrition and hydration goes through it. When you join the program, you’ll receive a welcome kit, weekly emails and meal plans designed for you as well as web videos to help you through the process with the goal to set a firm foundation toward better health.
For Children and Families
Start the day with a healthy breakfast. It refuels your body and gives you energy for the day.
Let kids help plan one meal each week and eat together as often as possible.
Eat slowly. It takes 20 minutes for your brain to register that you are full.
Eat more vegetables and fresh fruits. Aim for a total of 2 cups of fruit and 2 1/2 cups of vegetables every day.
Eat more whole grains (e.g., oats, brown rice, rye, crackers, whole-wheat pasta). Try to eat at least 3 ounces of whole grains every day.
Drink plenty of fluids. Choose water, low-fat or nonfat milk and low calorie or diet
Serve a variety of foods
Move more. Try to get between 30 and 60 minutes of physical activity every day. Several 10 to 15 minute sessions of moderate activity each day add up.
Include regular physical activity into your daily routine. Walk as a family before or after meals.
Limit TV, computer and video game time to a total of one to two hours per day. Encourage physical activity instead.
Balance energy calories with activity calories. The energy you get from foods and beverages should equal the calories you burn in activity every day. Read our handout on daily calorie needs for more information.
Increase household activities (e.g., walking the dog, dusting, vacuuming, gardening). These activities are good ways to burn calories.
Include an activity like hiking or bike riding when you go on vacation.
Make playtime with your family more active by shooting hoops or walking to the park.