Junk Food and Sweets Videos
Ann Cooper, Author, Chef & Educator, explains why a healthy breakfast is so important for kids and what the problem is with the typical breakfast eaten by kids in... read more
Ann Cooper, Author, Chef & Educator, explains how the food marketed to kids in the United States is so much more unhealthy than food eaten by kids in the rest of the... read more
Alan Greene, MD & Founder of Dr.Greene, discusses how a recent report by the USDA on the top 25 foods eaten by kids includes no vegetables and how its no surprise... read more
Liane Weintraub, MA, CEO & Co-Founder, Tasty Brand, Inc. shares advice for parents on a number of tips for your child's next birthday to be both fun and healthy
Leah Segedie, Mamavation Creator, shares advice for parents on how to slowly and simply help themselves and their kids break free from a junk food addiction
Leah Segedie, Mamavation Creator, shares advice for parents on how to look past the marketing of some preprocessed foods in order to tell if it is healthy for your... read more
Barbara J. Moore, PhD and President of Shape Up America! shares advice for parents on what the major factors and causes are behind childhood obesity
Barbara Moore, PhD President of Shape Up America!, shares advice for parents on how kids are truly affected by high fructose corn syrup
Gigi Lee Chang, CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World, shares advice for parents on how to choose the healthiest beverages for your kids
Watch Paige Goldberg Tolmach's video on Tips for curbing a sweet tooth...
Tana Amen, BSN, RN Nutrition & Lifestyle Expert, shares advice for parents on the dangers that too much fructose, corn syrup, and soda can pose for kids
Watch D'Lynda Kaplan's video on Best way to limit sweets and soda...
Cara Natterson, MD Pediatrician & Author, shares advice for parents how to successfully promote healthy eating in kids while still allowing them some treats
Cara Natterson, MD Pediatrician & Author, shares advice for parents on why low-calorie and/or sugar free alternative versions of foods are not necessarily healthier