Dr. Ludwig uses this mediation with his clients as a way to encourage mindful eating. In his book, Ending the Food Fight, he references a study by Cornell’s Brian Wansink (a ChopChop Healthy Hero) which shows that “the amount we eat has little to do with how much we enjoy our food.
For the past three weeks, I have been chronicling my work with Christine Zanchi and Fran Nostrame to help change the eating habits of their twin 4-year-old boys. One of the family’s assignments this week is to label the pantry and fridge items with MyPlate colors and letters.
I headed over to the home of Christine Zanchi and Fran Nostrame, the parents of 4-year-old twins, Andrew, described as the picky eater (but getting less so) and Nathaniel. Here’s what I brought: baby carrots, cucumbers, cauliflower and celery sticks.
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