Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (3 May 2012)
By: Kathryn Shelton (Author)
Kids need real food. This simple premise has captivated the author, Kathy Shelton, who has spent the last eight years wrapped in an endeavor that involved preparing mostly organic, always completely REAL meals for students in a small private school in Michigan. The processed stuff that today’:s children are consuming is crap. With information, advice, and her kid-tested recipes, the author offers parents a path toward a lifestyle that eschews processed foods, which are destroying the health and well being of an entire generation. Included are tips on how and when to feed your family and where to buy the real food that children need, as well as a concise list of ingredients that all children should avoid. This book offers a frank discussion about what’:s wrong with today’:s food, and, of course, recipes: more than 175 simple recipes for everyday fare that is delicious, kid-friendly, healthy, and most importantly, real.