Publisher:The Muffin Lady
Release Date:November 5, 2010
Book Preview: "LOVE MORE FEED LESS"
Filled with hints for good home cooking, recipe variations for the fussiest of eaters, and nutritional tips (Ginger helps to temper sniffles) for good measure, Love More Feed Less offers parents a guided hand toward avoiding childhood obesity at home with ease and affordable flavors
As a reader I felt as if Randi was taking me by the hand and gently giving me advice, the kind of advice I'd receive from a close relative if needed. It comes across as no nonsense, and shows you how to tell if your child is overweight, and how you can help change their foods for the better.
Reviewed by: Michelle Jermy, Clover Hill Book Reviews
Please know that this is not a diet book, nor a book on nutrition or how to raise ‘thin’ kids, as we all have different body types. The information and recipes shared in the following pages are offered as a tool to help you raise healthier kids, rather than those severely overweight, bullied and at risk of developing weight related diseases.
So what can do to help your kids? You take the easiest path possible, and illustrate your love for them a little more, by feeding everyone in your family less fat, salt and sugar laced prepared and prepackaged foods in favor of affordable, easily prepared homemade goodness. In addition, you begin to provide fun and motivating options that promote and increase involvement in physical activities. Difficult to ponder, maybe, but it’s actually very easy to accomplish with dedication, consistency and heart. So love them a little bit more, feed them less.