Pediatrician Stewart Gordon on weight loss for young diabetics; psychologist Denise Sellers on lifestyle differences between overweight and normal-weight people. Also: advice on breakfast foods and exercise regimens for children.
Psychologist Denise Sellers explains the dangers of skipping meals (it can lead to overeating later). Also: advice for picking healthy snacks by selecting foods that are low in sugar and fat; exercises that work specific groups of muscles.
Pediatrician Stewart Gordon explains how community design has led to an increase in obesity. Also: psychologist Denise Sellers on how attitude can help prevent overeating; dietitian Heidi Schumacher on the importance of fruits and vegetables in a child's diet; exercise physiologist Melinda Sothern with exercises for specific body parts.
Dietitian Heidi Schumacher offers tips for eating in restaurants while a child is trying to develop a healthier lifestyle. Also: psychologist Denise Sellers on how to alter a child's behavior to make healthier choices; exercise physiologist Melinda Sothern with exercises for seriously overweight children.
Psychologist Denise Sellers explains the importance of setting reachable weight-loss goals and how to tell the difference between hunger and cravings. Also: how to read food labels to determine which foods a child should avoid; appropriate levels of exercise for an overweight child.
Pediatrician Stewart Gordon explains the obesity epidemic and differences between being overweight and obese. Also: planning nutritious meals; why children decide to lose weight; how to get children to be more active, both in play and work.