The Tired Parent! Prevent Diabetes and Obesity in Your Kids Now! How Much Sugar is Your Child Eating?

This is a MUST READ for all parents! Childhood obesity and diabetes have become an epidemic in our country and it is totally preventable. In this very informative guide written by a physician-mom, you will find the answers to the following questions..

What do the experts recommend for the daily amount of sugar for toddlers?
Am I feeding my baby too much sugar?
Am I adding too much sugar when preparing those wholesome, homemade baby foods
Am I making smart food choices when it comes to sugar?
Is my baby’s nutrition where it should be (are they developing healthy eating habits?)
Is my child on the road to becoming obese or developing diabetes?

How can I know? After reading this simple guide, you will be equipped as you read all those books out there on baby feeding and baby nutrition. As a mom of a toddler and a physician I have learned there are a lot of shocking truths out there that parents don’t know and NEED TO KNOW…your child deserves healthy eating and healthy cooking!

So scroll up now and click to get baby’s healthy feeding and nutrition on track!


3 thoughts on “The Tired Parent! Prevent Diabetes and Obesity in Your Kids Now! How Much Sugar is Your Child Eating?

  1. I was raised by one of those mothers that actually got a degree that has been long forgotten: home economics. It was not about investing or day trading, but about creating a home, including meals, that was sustainable, reasonable, and, yes, scientific as seen then. I’m not sure if that was what allowed me to go in to competitive sports, and been pretty healthy ever since (knock on wood!). One thing seems clear: a chubby kid learns, often cruelly, to avoid gym class at all costs. So even if your child’s diet doesn’t put them at risk for diabetes, I can assure you that establishing the routine of a healthy diet will be a gift to your son or daughter, and on that lasts a very long time.The author gives you the ability to give that gift: teaches you, with admirable brevity and precision, how to insure you are giving your baby the right kinds of sugars, the potentially dire results of not doing so (I don’t mean to scare anyone, but making my kids prone to diabetes is not something they, or I want to live with), and most importantly, a kind of “cheat sheet” (two of them, actually) to take to the store, and one to make the transition to a new diet without exhausting yourself. And while she has given the reader a precise list of products to avoid, she “teaches you how to fish” as the saying goes: in the end, you’ve got the tools to read the contents of the container, and actually know the difference between different sugars, and what amounts are reasonable.My family practice includes a large number of tired mothers, and it is clear that a lot of that comes from the massive number of decisions and actions that go into raising their kids. This is the kind of labor saver you want handed out at every labor and delivery suite in the country: “Lovely baby! After 20 years of hard labor, you can relax.”

  2. I had no idea to what degree my kids were overdosing on sugar until I read this handy guide. It really made me stop and think about the importance of instilling good dietary habits in my children at an early age. I found the section on low sugar name brand foods for toddlers particularly useful. From now on my kids will be consuming less sugar thanks to Dr Glass (sorry kids!).

  3. This book helps make you aware of what you are feeding your kids! There is so much junk out there & putting this stuff into your child’s system can cause all kinds of behavioural issues. In my years of teaching, I have seen a serious decline in healthy items in my students lunch boxes & a serious incline in behavioural issues. It is so important to keep un-needed junk out of your child’s system! I wish there were more books like this out there raising awareness on this.

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