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This week, pediatric dietitian Lara Field returns to discuss the topic of “picky eaters”. It’s never too early (or too late) to start your kids (and yourself) down the right path with their eating habits! Click HERE to start listening!

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Lara’s organization: www.FeedKids.com

You can also hear our other discussions with Lara:
Celiac Disease and the Gluten Free Diet
Childhood Obesity

In the news:
RUNNERSWORLD.COM: Mind Games – success really is ALL in your mind!

Healthy Recipe Tip(s): (from Lara!)
Deceptively Delicious by Jessica Seinfeld

Lara’s Recipe Box! – 25 healthy snacks for kids!

This week we’re joined by Lara Field (@LaraField), registered dietitian, celiac disease expert, and pediatric nutrition expert to discuss childhood obesity. She shares suggestions on how to help our children live healthy lives and make better choices.

Click HERE to start listening!

Check out Dr. Lara’s website: www.feedkids.com

One of Lara’s recommendations: www.ChooseMyPlate.gov

In the news:
Today: Why Does Running Make My Nose Run?

This week’s healthy recipe:
Cheryl’s Menu – Black Bean and Corn Salad

This week the guys are joined by registered dietitian Lara Field. Lara is on the advisory board and an executive committee member of the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center. They are also joined by Jennifer Perritte, who has been living with celiac disease for the past several years. Jennifer “asks the expert” the questions that every celiac would like to ask.

If you are living with celiac, know someone that has celiac, or just have questions about the disease, you don’t want to miss this episode. Just click HERE to start listening!

Great resources:
Lara’s website
University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center
American Celiac Disease Alliance

In the news:
Fit2Fat2Fit – A certified personal trainer packs on 70+ lbs, intending to lose it again.

Eat less:
Apples – a fantastic food. Good for you. Portable. Full of vitamins and stuff. I hear one a day is beneficial or something…that’s what I hear.

Exercise more:
HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training. Google it!