(PRWEB) March 30, 2014
Brynn Hadler, author of the newly published e-book, 7 Ways to Get Your Children To Eat Healthy Food, reveals seven kid-tested strategies parents can use to encourage their children to eat fresh fruits and vegetables.
After learning about her son’s life threatening food allergies when he was rushed to the emergency room at the age of two, Brynn Hadler became frustrated with the standard recommendations for healthy eating. These nearly always included some of the top eight food allergens and foods that her child could not eat.
She decided to write the book after being asked by many parents how she was able to train her own children to eat so many vegetables and fruits.
“7 Ways to Get Your Children to Eat Healthy Food illustrates beautifully how parents can help build their children’s self-confidence by teaching them to make healthy and safe food choices,” says Food Allergy Dietician Lisa Musician, RD, LDN.
She believes the book is especially useful because it is relevant to families with and without dietary restrictions. “Everyone can benefit from making healthier choices,” she adds.
Nishita Bhansali, owner of Eggless in Sydney, agrees. “Providing our kids with a nutritious diet not only affects their growth and intelligence but also sets their opinions on food, relationships and health, for life. Being a parent of an allergic child myself, I can completely relate to the dilemmas of getting through everyday life and social occasions negotiating the minefield of allergens, sugars and additives.”
The seven ways are all tested and include a method the author discovered by chance. Brynn Hadler wrote most of the book while living in the US, and finished editing it after moving to Australia.
To Buy the Book:
7 Ways to Get Your Children to Eat Healthy Food is available from Amazon, Apple iBooks, Barnes & Noble and other leading online retailers.
Brynn Elizabeth Hadler has always had a passion for health. As a mother of two children, she loves to share her enthusiasm for healthy food with kids, and teach them that "good for you" can also mean "yummy".
Her interest in food allergies began after one of her two children was diagnosed with multiple life threatening food allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, coconuts, prawn and soy. Her second child was allergic to strawberries.
After copious research into allergies, asthma and the immune system, Brynn realized that she could share the information she had uncovered with other parents in a similar situation. She set up a course to educate parents on how they can help optimize the health of their allergic children. Prior to founding AllergyBytes, Brynn worked in life science technology, and earned an MBA from Berkeley's Haas School of Business while raising two children. She blogs at http://www.allergybytes.com.