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Keeping Kids Healthy: Great Nutrition for the Cheapest Price; Adapting to Your Child's Personality

Great Nutrition for the Cheapest Price
Fast food is certainly fast, but it certainly is not cheap anymore. More importantly, those meals are filled with lots of fats, sodium and unnecessary calories. You might be surprised to know that you could cook much healthier meals yourself, for less money than those fast food restaurant meals you’ve been buying. Come with us on a trip to a grocery store and a cooking class – where you’ll learn how to figure out a meal’s nutritional and monetary value, and how to cook for your family in a way that's attractive, nutritionally sound, cheap, and easy!

Adapting to Your Child’s Personality
Living with a child between 1 and 3 years old is always challenging, and it can be even more difficult if your child's personality and your own don't seem to be an ideal fit. Join host Dr. Winnie King, two moms and toddlers (with different personalities!) and a child behavioral specialist to find out how to modify your own responses so that you can more effectively influence your child.


Episode Info


Episode number: 8x4
Airdate: Sunday October 21st, 2007

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


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