Yael Rosenberg

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HAPPY NATIONAL NUTRITION MONTH

            MARCH 2014

 Created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

This is a perfect time to promote healthy eating in kids

Help kids learn about healthy food in a fun and positive way

Get them the wonderful children’s book “Nurse Olivia “Liv” Welle Presents: Who Knew Vitamins Could Be Fun.”

Available on Amazon:      http://tinyurl.com/NurseLivWell

Kindle Edition: $2.99

Paperback Edition: 10% off regular price of 12.99 Now: $11.69

Vitamin Cover_revised1500In honor of the American Heart Association 2013 National Eating Healthy Day November 6, 2013

Start your kids eating healthy when they are young. Incorporate good eating habits that will last a lifetime.

Research shows that healthy eating prevents illnesses and promotes health and well-being

To promote good nutrition in children, let Nurse Olivia “Liv” Welle introduce your kids to vitamins and their healthy food sources.

Have them read or read to “Nurse Olivia “Liv” Welle Presents: Who Knew Vitamins Could Be Fun”

– A FUN WAY TO LEARN ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF VITAMINS and HEALTHY EATING FOR KIDS —
The children’s book “Who Knew Vitamins Could Be Fun” utilizes gorgeous illustrations and fun rhymes, which make learning about healthy and good nutrition easy and enjoyable. We invite your kids to join Nurse Liv Welle as she teaches a class of first graders a lot about vitamins, their benefit to one’s health, and the vitamins’ food sources. The subject is presented to the children in a fun way, as Nurse Liv Welle engages the first grade students in the learning experience. Your kids will surely enjoy the fun, as they rhyme along and learn about vitamins from A to K.

KINDLE EDITION: $2.99/  PRINT $12.34

http://tinyurl.com/NurseLivWell

Vitamins are natural elements that are vital for the health and growth of all animals.  Though required in minute amounts, these substances must be gotten through food, as the body is unable to manufacture sufficient amounts.  Every vitamin has its own unique functions, and therefore cannot be replaced by another.  Scientific research studies have shown that vitamins attained from food are by far more nutritiously beneficial that those gotten from synthetic supplements.  Many nutritionists and other health care professionals concur that a healthy diet that consists of lean proteins, fruits, vegetables and fortified grains provides all the essential vitamins needed.  

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