Keeping Your Child Healthy
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Keeping Your Child Healthy

Essential guidelines for raising happy and healthy children
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Last updated 2/2019
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This course includes
  • 1 hour on-demand video
  • 8 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Essential information you need to know to raise a healthy child
  • Critically important nutritonal insights
  • High-level foods and low-level foods
Requirements
  • None
Description

It is impossible to have a happy, functional child who is also sick and improperly nourished. The building blocks to fulfilling your dreams and your child's dreams begin with healthy nutrition. Part One teaches you how to do that.

  1. The definition of health

  2. High-level vs low-level foods and why does it matter?

  3. Out with the bad and in with the good—setting the scene for a healthy child

  4. Is sugar really so bad?

  5. Pesticides, GMOs, and food dyes—how bad are they really and what you can do about it

  6. Veggies: the key to good health—here's the why and how

  7. Fruits—some good news and some bad news

  8. Grains have always been known as the staff of life. So are they good for you or not?

  9. Proteins are not just for building muscle, they are needed everywhere. The question is what kind and how much?

  10. The truth about eggs and fish. Great sources of protein, but are they safe?

  11. Fats are essential for a child's growth and development, but don't they make you fat?

  12. Snacks are important, but did you know that there are 3 different kinds of snacks? Which kind is right for which need?

  13. How  much is too much and how much is too little? Is your child too fat or too skinny? When do you need to worry?

Who this course is for:
  • parents
  • care givers
  • educators
Course content
Expand all 11 lectures 01:03:22
+ Introduction
1 lecture 03:27

Introduction to Raising Healthy and Happy Children

Preview 03:27
+ What is health?
1 lecture 04:29


The definition of health as opposed to the absence of disease and what it takes to choose health.

Preview 04:29
+ Our mind and body are fuled by food
1 lecture 06:12

Our minds and bodies are built on and fueled by food.  What are the signs of healthy vs unhealthy food choices?

Preview 06:12
+ Out with the bad and in with the good
1 lecture 02:06

Just like putting perfume on a dirty body, it may still smell better but just below the surface is a stinky body.  Removing the bad is just as important as taking in the good. They go hand in hand, out with the bad and in with the good.

Sugar: How bad is it really?
02:06
+ Pesticides on our food; GMO's; and Artificial coloring
1 lecture 06:41

The science of farming has allowed an abundance of food, but at what cost?

Pesticides, GMO's and artificial coloring
06:41
+ Healthy choices
1 lecture 03:33

There are 2 key words here, "healthy" and "choice".  Knowing is not enough, one must act and make the best choice that they can.  These next few sections will empower you to make the best choices.

Now we begin to make healthy choices for our children
03:33
+ Fruits and grains
1 lecture 06:05

Surprising insights about fruits are contained in this section. 

Grains are both the best and the worst foods you can eat, find out why.

Fruits and grains
06:05
+ Protein
1 lecture 08:27

Protein is not just about big muscles,  it provides crucial building blocks for every function and cell of your body.  What kinds and how much are discussed.

Protein
08:27
+ Fats and oils
1 lecture 06:18

Do fats make you fat?  What good are they anyway?  At 9 kcal per gram they have more calories per gram than any other category of food.  Get the skinny on fat.  Fats are not to be avoided, but chosen wisely and embraced.

Fats are critical nutrients, fats do not make you fat
06:18
+ Eggs, fish and snacks for shildren
1 lecture 08:34

For sources of protein and amino acids, eggs and fish can't be beat.  But are they safe?

Snacks are an essential part of a child's diet, so what kinds are the best?  What are the 3 types of snacks?

Eggs, fish and snacks
08:34