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How to Feed a Teenage Boy:
Recipes And Strategies

 

by Georgia Orcutt

Book Description

For an American teenage boy, hitting the four food groups often means a burger, fries, soda, and a candy bar. In the age of fast food, how can parents help their hungry sons eat right without spending untold hours in the grocery store and kitchen? HOW TO FEED A TEENAGE BOY comes through with solid dietary information, shopping tips, and scores of easy-to-prepare recipes for tasty, nutritious fare the whole family will eat. With this cookbook and nutrition guide in one, parents will help their sons grow up strong and develop healthy eating habits for life.

From the Publisher

* The first practical, one-stop nutrition resource for busy parents trying to fill their sons' bottomless bellies and improve their diets.
* Detailed information about teenage boys' nutritional needs and strategies for buying, preparing, and serving tasty, healthier foods on a busy schedule.
* Includes more than 150 recipes for quick, nutritious breakfasts, lunches, dinners, desserts, and more, including healthier versions of boy favorites (like pizza, wings, and pasta) and junk-free snacks.
* Includes advice for the parents of overweight and vegetarian boys, and the low-down on boy-specific diet fads and dangers (supplements, energy drinks, caffeine, and sugars).

 

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