fitness and kids ebook
Do You Worry About Your Child’s Weight?
Face The Facts. If you don’t give your child the tools to control his or her body-weight you may be putting your child at risk for Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, bullying, and a lifetime of humiliating experiences.
This Simple and Easy Fitness Formula Has The Power To Improve Your Child’s Life In Every Way.
Dear Fellow Parent,
As both a mom and a certified fitness trainer, I’ve seen child obesity rise these past few years and know the problems that it can cause.
Does your daughter come home crying after school because classmates tease her about her weight?
Is your son too embarrassed to participate in gym class?
Being a kid is hard, and being an overweight kid can be even harder. Overweight children are more likely than their peers to suffer from low-self esteem and depression.
You want to help them, but do you know what to say without making them feel worse?
And their problems are not just emotional. The Surgeon General reports that being overweight as a child can lead to increased health risks. Type 2 diabetes, which is closely linked to obesity, used to be an adult disease. Now it is a problem in children and adolescents as well. Your child is also at increased risk for
-High blood pressure
-Joint and bone problems
-Gall bladder disease
As a parent, you want to help but you are afraid that you lack the time or knowledge to make a difference. Fortunately, you are not alone. For the past seven years I’ve been helping children and their parents regain their health by following simple tips that don’t take a lot of time.
And in my e-book,
It’s Time to Slay the Beast Of Childhood Obesity I’m going to share my expertise with you.
|Thank you Denise for using your years of experience in this field to create the Fitness and Kids website and now this Ebook. The ebook has it all, from age appropriate exercise to recipes. It takes a complete look at obesity in children and what we can do to prevent it or correct it, all in an easy to understand and implement way. I highly recommend it for any concerned parent.
Susanne Myers- kinderinfo.com
In my guide, you’ll discover
The “healthy” drink that needs to be limited for your child to lose weight (page 9)
Just how much exercise your kid really needs (page 12)
The safe way to introduce your child to strength training (page 15)
How to get your child eating healthy snacks–without complaints (page 40)
Which foods to eat more of–and which foods you really do need to avoid (page 41)
What age to pay close attention to–its when even active children lose interest in physical activities (47).
How long your child needs to be active each day–and age specific activities for them from toddlers to teens (52)
How much weight your child can safely lose each week (page 60)