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We all want our children to be healthy and happy, but food - the very thing that should nourish the next generation - has become a battleground for many families, and the source of much confusion and controversy in the media.
In this inspiring book, husband-and-wife team Naomi Moriyama - herself born and raised in Japan - and William Doyle examine the evidence that Japanese children enjoy the healthiest lives in the world, distilling the facts into seven practical steps that all parents can take to nurture their child's health.
*How to tweak, rather than overhaul, your family's meals to make them much healthier
*Why you should adopt a relaxed attitude and not demonize foods
*The importance of repeatedly exposing children to new foods - and how to do it effectively
*Why allowing children to serve themselves - and get involved in food preparation - will help them to foster good habits
*How to nurture a Japanese-style 'wrap-around' family lifestyle that encourages a lifelong healthy attitude to food and physical activity
Packed with guidance from leading health researchers and doctors, comprehensive practical advice and a recipe section of delicious Japanese-style meals!
Secrets of the World's Healthiest Children will help you take the necessary steps to guide your child to a long and healthy life.
Praise for Secrets of the World's Healthiest Children
“This is a great set of principles that are solidly based and yet simple.”
— Dr. Walter Willett, Chair, Department of Nutrition, Harvard School of Public Health, one of the world’s leading nutritionists
“A meticulously researched book full of valuable practical advice, Secrets of the World’s Healthiest Children deserves a place on every parent’s bookshelf.”
— Dr. Lucy Cooke, Honorary Senior Research Associate, Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, University Collage London
"A very sensible and encouraging list of “do’s” – rather than “don’ts” – that will make for healthy, long living!"
— I-Min Lee, MD, ScD, Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Professor of Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Brigham and Women's Hospital
"The tips are great."
— Professor Carlos A. Monteiro, Department of Nutrition, School of Public Health, University of Sao Paulo
"These tips will add many years to life - - and life to years!"
— Pekka Puska, President, Int. Ass. of National Public Health Institutes (IANPHI); Past Director General, National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), Finland; Past President, World Heart Federation (WHF)
“The recommendations are sensible, achievable and evidence-based; rooted in science, intuition, and precedence.”
— Mark Tremblay, Ph.D., D.Litt. (hons), FACSM, CSEP-CEP, Director, Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO), CHEO Research Institute, Professor/Scientist, Department of Pediatrics, University of Ottawa, Canada, Chair, Active Healthy Kids Global Alliance
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Naomi Moriyama is a Manhattan mom and author of Japanese Women Don't Get Old or Fat: Secrets of My Mother's Tokyo Kitchen (translated into 20 languages) and The Japan Diet. Naomi has served as Chief Marketing Consultant for Ralph Lauren Japan, as Director of Marketing at HBO in New York and as Account Executive at Grey Advertising in Tokyo and New York. She grew up in Tokyo but now lives in New York City with her eight-year-old son and her husband and co-author, William Doyle. William Doyle is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author. He has authored or co-authored 14 books and served as director of original programming for HBO as well as a producer. He has been selected a Fulbright Scholar for 2015-16.
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