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Dinner Together Building Healthy Families One Meal at a Time.

Food Politics Marion Nestle's intelligent take on the politics of food and nutrition.

Fooducate Like Having a Dietician on Speed dial.

Hoboken Family Alliance A terrific resource for people living in the great city of Hoboken, NJ.

The Lunch Tray Everything you need to know about improving school lunches.

Parent Hacks Forehead-Smackingly Smart Tips

Raise Healthy Eaters One of the best blogs (other than my own) for learning to raise healthy eaters.

Real Mom Nutrition Tales from the Trenches. Advice for the Real World. From a mom-nutritionist who knows!

Stay and Play The best indoor playspace on the East Coast. Oh yeah, and it happens to be owned by my brother.

weelicious Great Recipes for Kids 

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Thursday
Oct182012

What Really Matters with Vicky and Jen

I was thrilled to be interviewed by Vicky and Jen over at What Really Matters.

We talked about: 

  • The difference between healthy food habits and good nutrition.
  • Teaching kids to make the "right" choices.
  • How to know when you're full.
  • Refusing foods.

And, of course, Veggies! (Surprise, surprise.) 

The interview was a hoot: Vicky and Jen laugh a lot (and so will you).

You can listen to the interview here.

~Changing the conversation from nutrition to habits.~

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