Helping Your Child Lose Weight the Healthy Way: A Family Approach to Weight Control
First published in 1996, this comprehensive and practical guide for parents of overweight children has helped hundreds of families to learn to eat and exercise correctly. Thoroughly updated, it includes information on the latest nutritional and physiological research.
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Does Your Child Think Hes Fat?
Is Your Child Overweight?
Are Mom and Dad Overweight?
What When Where and Why Does Your Child Eat?
Is Your Child Physically Active?
Can Your Child Grow Out of His or Her Weight?
How Does the Family Picture Affect Your Child?
Children Are Different
Climb the Food Pyramid
Healthy Choices on Each Level
Be Supermarket Savvy
CalorieLowering Strategies Especially for Kids
How Much How Often?
Eating Away From Home
Off the Couch
Make Excercise Fun
Dont Put Your Child on a Diet
The Leap Frog Course of Height and Weight
Focus on Fitness
Focus on Food
Food Roles Responsibilities and Rights
Theres No Such Thing as Good Foods or Bad Foods
Nurturing Your Childs SelfEsteem
Take One Step at a Time
References and Supporting Research
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