The best way to raise your kids is to get them to eat better food, according to a new book that explores the science behind the nutrition advice given to kids.
The book, titled “Healthy Kids: Why Your Kids Are Eating Right,” was written by the renowned nutritionist and nutritionist Dr. Mark Bittman, and is now available in paperback and ebook formats.
“Children are the most important source of information about nutrition,” Bittmann told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview.
“We need to encourage kids to be the ones who know what is good for them.”
The book offers advice on nutrition from the experts who have studied the health effects of food and other substances.
“The way to help kids thrive is to make them eat right,” Bitchin said.
“But when you do that, you also need to be mindful about what their health is.”
“It’s a tough message to get across, but it’s one that’s been in the public eye for a while,” she added.
“Parents should know that a healthy diet is a good idea, but we don’t need to tell kids to cut out junk food.
It’s a good thing to do.”
Dr. Bitchins book is based on a 2015 study published in the peer-reviewed medical journal, the Journal of the American Medical Association.
“Our study shows that it’s possible to promote healthy eating by teaching kids about healthy food, which is something that is already taught to kids in their school environments,” said Dr. David Ludwig, an associate professor of pediatrics and director of the Center for Child and Adolescent Health at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine.
“It shows that there is a connection between the foods children eat and the health of their body.”
The study, which involved 2,000 children, showed that children who were shown healthy food in the classroom were more likely to eat a healthy meal after the class had ended than children who didn’t see healthy food.
“These children were not necessarily eating healthy foods, but they were eating healthier foods than those who were not,” Ludwig said.
The study also found that children’s eating habits were more influenced by the foods they were introduced to.
The children who saw healthy food showed more positive changes in their physical health and weight, which they reported in the form of improvements in their overall mental health.
The researchers also found evidence that healthy food made children more aware of their food preferences.
“Kids don’t know that their parents are eating healthier food than they are, so we want them to be aware of this,” Ludwig explained.
“For children, this means having a conversation about how their food choices are impacting their health.”
The report also shows that children learn the importance of eating healthy food by watching what their parents eat.
Bittmans study showed that, on average, parents who introduced their children to healthy food were more satisfied with the meal they were given, and were more willing to share the food with their children.
“This is consistent with the idea that kids learn from their parents, and parents can be an important resource for them,” Bitterman said.
Bittermann added that parents who have children eating healthy are more likely than parents who don’t to give their kids a food stamp.
“They are also more likely not to take away their food stamps, which can be problematic for families,” he said.
Dr. John Bittner, a pediatrician who works in the Division of Pediatric Gastroenterology at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, also said that parents can play a role in the development of healthy eating habits.
“When parents are aware of what their children are eating and what their kids are getting, we can make a difference in how the kids are eating,” he told Breitbart.
“Having parents on the sidelines is really important.”
“Parents have a great responsibility to get their kids involved in the discussion about nutrition and healthy eating,” Bittenberg said.
He also stressed that parents need to keep in mind that parents are not the only ones who are important to the health and wellbeing of their kids.
“If parents are actively involved in making sure their children have a healthy eating habit, then we can expect better results,” Bitzer said.
In fact, Bittler noted that the vast majority of children do not meet the nutritional recommendations recommended by their parents.
“So the role of parents is really not that important,” he explained.
Bitteman said that children are often concerned about food safety, especially as it relates to unhealthy foods.
“A lot of kids are worried about the health risks associated with unhealthy foods,” he added.
Bittleman said it’s important for parents to recognize that kids are different and that their eating habits are different.
“I have a little boy, who is about three and a half years old, and he is a vegan,” he noted.
His parents are all vegans