Learn general health and vegetarian cooking for children ages 7 to 12. This course consists of videos with cooking demonstrations by Jordan Poch, a 12 year old who loves to share with other kids (as seen on TV), and lessons from the e-book "My Health, My Body" by Angela Poch, CN.
Written for kids ages 7 to 12, it is a great tool for teaching healthful living to children. It covers how the body works, why you need exercise, how to have a healthy diet, fresh air, and all you need to stay healthy. Comes with printable lessons and answer key! Great for home schoolers!
Hello and welcome to the Happy Kids Cooking Healthy course. Not just for vegetarians, this course is based off the book by Angela Poch, CN., "My Health, My Body" A Health & Nutrition Course for children 7 to 12 with an emphasis on a plant based diet.
You will learn how to cook delicious, easy dishes along with how your body functions and how to stay healthy. So watch the first lecture video - Introduction and download the attached supplementary material 'Children's Health Course intro'.
The first real lesson in this course gets you started off with a delicious pizza. With two recipes on this video both younger children and older ones will learn how they can make their own healthy hot lunch! After you watch this cooking video lecture go on to Lecture 3 and learn more about your body functions!
As you can see there are video lessons for cooking and health lessons from the "My Health, My Body". This is your first health lesson. Download this lesson and you can even fill in the assignment (The answer key is in lecture 19 - Supplements & Appendix.)
Here is the next video lesson! Learn to make a nutritious soup that has all you need for a healthy meal just add some carrot sticks or other fresh veggies. Then go on to your next health lesson in lecture 5 "My Mind Makes My Moods" from "My Health, My Body".
You can also download and print the recipe card, see downloadable materials, for easy reference in your kitchen!
Health lesson 2 - Learn healthy living is more than just what you eat or how much exercise you get! Download this lesson and don't forget you can fill in the assignment (The answer key is in lecture 19 - Supplements & Appendix.)
What kids doesn't like burgers and fries, but what parent isn't worried about the high saturated fat and empty calories. In this video cooking lesson learn to make a delicious, high protein, high fiber vegetarian burger. (PS: we also have a bean burger recipe attached so you don't have to purchase 'veggie meat' products. Enjoy!)
Yummy Macaroni and Cheese without the DAIRY!! If you can not eat cashews don't fear, download the recipe card under "downloadable materials" and on there we give you a nut free variation.
This lesson has two great recipes - Golden Nuggets which can be used in many different ways and Pot Pie. Golden Nuggets can be stored in the freeze in baggies and used for: stir fries, coat in BBQ and reheat in oven with fries, chopped into soup for "chicken" noodle soup, and much more.
You can use the traditional pastry in place of the biscuit topping or even use corn bread. For those recipes visit: www.VeganVegetarianCookingSchool.com
Delicious and nutritious. If you like garlic you will love this dressing. But if you prefer you can even leave the garlic out and add Italian Herbs for a Creamy Italian dressing.
Not just waffles but a whole breakfast lesson. Make your own homemade ice cream "Moon Mush" and blueberry topping for these simple and easy waffles!
We have also provided a no sugar Tofu Topping, high in protein and other nutrients.
Ok, here's what you've been waiting for - deserts!
So glad you completed this course. Don't forget to watch the last video. If you liked this course please let us know and visit http://www.VeganVegetarianCookingSchool.com for more free recipes and videos.
Also if you would like to get the Kid's Health Course as a book or share with a classroom please contact Angela Poch firstname.lastname@example.org for details on licensing this program for schools.
Here is the online quiz (don't forget you can download a final exam - paper copy as well under Supplements & Appendix)
A graduate in Nutritional Counseling from the Total Health School of Nutrition in Calgary AB, Angela Poch is a certified Nutritionist and continues to research health on a regular basis to help others have better mental and physical health. She is currently working on her Bachelors of Science.
Other credentials include: Certified Depression Recovery Program Director for over 10 years, Certificate in Lifestyle Matters programs, Member of Physician Committee for Responsible Medicine, Food Safe Certification, Life Coaching Diploma, REBT certificate, CBT certificate, worked in a restaurant as a cook for two years, has an Animal Science certificate, Member of the BC Conference Health Advisory Committee, Photography from NYIP, her Business Administration Certificate, and various other certificates on health and wellness. Angela has been on both sides of the filming and TV industry in several professional cooking and children's shows and is comfortable both behind and in front of the camera.
With over 35 years cooking experience, Angela Poch has researched healthful living for her family and friends, leading her to become first a vegetarian, strict vegetarian, then vegan (for approx 10 years), and is now a 'flexitarian" (2010 to current) where she liens heavily toward vegan but understands there are diet and other needs that can require animal products. A flexitarian is also a proud supporter of any farm or ranch that does it’s best to raise humane and healthy animals.