The most deceptively detrimental prepackaged foods

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 family or not
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The most deceptively detrimental prepackaged foods

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The hardest thing to navigate is the grocery aisle because believe it or not food marketers will lie to you. They will straight out will lie to you by saying, this is healthy because it has added fiber. if it say's added fiber, fat free, natural, treated as suspect don'g give it to your kids. What you need to do instead is flip over the box and look at the ingredients, okay? That is the most important thing in that food is the ingredients not what it has or what their marketing to you, it is those ingredients. Read those ingredients, if you don't know what the ingredients are, you don't pronounce them, don't feed them to your kids.

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 family or not

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Leah Segedie

Mamavation Creator

Leah Segedie is a fitness matriarch in the social media realm who helps “digital moms” learn and sustain healthy living practices to combat obesity. She has lost over 170 lbs. over two pregnancies and is an inspiration to women all over the Internet with her communities Bookieboo.com and Mamavation.com.

Leah has been recognized for several feats in her professional and personal life such as being named “Mom of the Year” by Shape Magazine, also being named the 4th most Influential Mommy Blogger by Cision Media, compared to Lady Gaga for her unique social media tactics in The Huffington Post, and Bookieboo being named a “Favorite Weight Loss Blog” by Fitness Magazine.  Leah has a master’s degree in Communication Management from the University of Southern California. She was also Commencement Speaker during her 2001 Graduation Ceremony at the University of Southern California when she received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication. She lives in Simi Valley, California with her husband and three young children.

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