Tips for curbing a sweet tooth

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Tips for curbing a sweet tooth

Outside the home, they are going to make their own choices. If you instill them with great information about healthy living and healthy eating, involve them in cooking, and give them healthy choices; they'll make those as they grow. I never gave Jackson sugar when he was little, ever, ever, ever. Honestly, if he takes a bite of something sweet now, it kind of gets grossed out. His palate is formed. He doesn't like things that are too sugary. He knows the difference and he appreciates healthy food.

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Paige Goldberg Tolmach

Organic Mom

Inspired by her son Jackson ’s severe eczema that developed soon after his birth, Paige became knowledgeable about environmental toxins and how they harm children. She managed to make dramatic lifestyle changes that cured her son of eczema and established herself as an expert and an environmental activist. Motivated by her own difficulty finding non-toxic products for her family, Paige opened The Little Seed which has a huge celebrity following and has a reputation for only stocking only the best non-toxic products. Paige is frequently highlighted the media and has recently been featured in: the Los Angeles Times,,, , the TV Guide Channel, E! and many others. In the Summer of 2010, she launched The Little Seed organic clothing line at Target. Paige is an active member of PETA and is on the board of Environmental Media Association (EMA) an organization that mobilizes the entertainment industry in a global effort to educate people about environmental issues and inspire them into action. Paige lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son.

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