Mid-Morning Full Archive

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Monday, September 15, 2008Dr. Ann Kulze Host(s): Lynne Ford

Nutrition expert Dr. Ann Kulze explains the super health benefits of salsa and garlic; and unpacks studies that indicate connections between smoking and strokes and obesity and a higher risk for colorectal polyps. The author of "Dr. Ann's 10-Step Diet" (ISBN# 0974832804, Top Ten Wellness and Fitness) answers listeners' nutrition-related health questions as well.
 
Thursday, March 20, 2008Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World Host(s): Char Binkley

One out of five American children is severely overweight, and this trend shows no signs of slowing, prompting parents - just like you - to ask how can we protect our kids from obesity? Dr. Joani Jack, co-author of "Raising Fit Kids in a Fat World" (Regal, ISBN# 0830745343), joins Char during Thursday's Mid-Morning to share practical, proven advice and tools, rather than a diet plan, to encourage behavioral changes in your kids so they can live fit lives to the fullest.
 
Tags: child obesity, fat, weight, diet, children, parenting Categories: n/a
Thursday, April 28, 2005Childhood Obesity Host(s): Lynne Ford

Children who are overweight today face almost certain health problems as adults. Wellness consultant and personal trainer Kerri Zurbuch and nurse practitioner Barb Rondot address the causes behind childhood obesity and discuss the answer to the problem: a balanced diet and an active lifestyle.
 
Tags: children, obesity, food, diet Categories: Mid-Mornings
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