Today, I’ve got part one of my Healthy Eating for Families talk video!
I gave this talk for the Rocky Mountain Parents As Teachers group, and it was a ton of fun. I covered three simple strategies for getting your families to eat healthier, and this video covers the first strategy: eat real food.
The video quality is not great, but the audio is just fine, so it gets the message across! What do you think? Can you commit to swapping out ONE processed food your family eats now for something closer to real food? Let me know in the comments below, and please share this video with your friends.
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