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Gordito Doesn’t Mean Healthy: What Every Latina Mother Needs to Know to Raise Fit, Happy, Healthy Kids
Claudia Gonzalez (au); Lourdes Alcaniz (au); Giselle Blondet (fr)
Traditional Latino culture believes “a fat baby is a healthy baby.” This cultural belief is resulting in an obesity epidemic in the Latino community among both children and adults. This book offers info., strategies, and tools to prevent and manage obesity with a complete nutrition plan that is adapted to the cultural and culinary customs of the Hispanic population. Includes essential info. about; age-appropriate menus and portions; symptoms and warning signs that your child could be overweight; health risks for overweight children; the effects of abandoning traditional Latino foods; genetic factors influencing weight gain and type 2 diabetes develop. in Latino children; what fats, proteins, carbohydrates, vit., and minerals do for your child; and the Latino Food Pyramid.
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