This e-book, called Real Food Nutrition FOR KIDS, by Kristen at Food Renegade, looks fantastic. Here is her description:
Do you want to teach your younger children about Real Food?
To use child-friendly lessons inspired by the same love of wholesome, traditional foods that you find in the cookbookNourishing Traditions, the work of Weston A. Price, the Slow Food movement, and farmer’s markets everywhere?
To avoid the twaddle put out by the USDA which features their sub-par Nutrition standards?
A beautiful book full of fun illustrations, coloring pages, and activities for younger children?
She has created 15 lessons with coloring pages, copy work, activities, and teaching on topics like “How Your Body Uses Food,” “What Are Nutrients?,” “Healthy Fats,” “Sweeteners,” and more.
I’ll post a full review later this month!
This post is part of the 31 Days writing challenge, during which I’m detailing our family’s journey through autism as it relates to the one lifestyle change we made that had the greatest impact on our son’s recovery: nutrition. Click here for a list of all this month’s entries as they are posted.