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Diana is head chef on Real Food for Life and author of the GREEN means LEAN and Balance Your Body e-books.  She turned a debilitating health crisis (My Fibromyalgia Story)  into a passion for helping others with healthy, sugar free, gluten free, eating and cooking. Diana hosts online groups: Healthy Cooking with over 417,000 members and Healthy Living Network with over 425,000 members.  She is also a  Greenliving Author for Care2′s over 21 million members. Diana is available for consultations about your personal nutrition, helping you tweak your diet for healthy regeneration.

Feeding your kids healthy food can be a challenge, but so rewarding!  Amy and Natalie are both nutrition educators who want to make it easier to feed your kids better, in less time, and with less complaint!  We believe focusing on fruits and vegetables is key. Amy and Natalie live in Utah with their families. The food philosophy for Super Healthy Kids is to make fruits and vegetables simple, fun and delicious! 

For kids to develop healthy habits, it's important for them to learn to love a variety of fruits and vegetables, in a variety of ways.  Serving fruits or vegetables in different forms, textures, and temperatures will actually help children develop a mature palate, which is more accepting to a wider variety of new foods.  Don't hesitate to offer fruits and veggies fresh, frozen, dried, canned, juiced, pureed, blended, etc!  Parents should be in the business of training their kids tastes and appetites for real food, rather than a love for a specific vegetable.

We love the focus on fruits and veggies for our kids as a way to teach them healthy habits. Not only does it encourage a positive relationship with food by focusing on what they should be eating, without sending negative food messages that often is accompanied by guilt and shame.

Jen Broyles is a Certified Holistic Health Coach and is on a mission to help people regain their health naturally, specifically in the area of digestive wellness. Her personal story is what inspired her to educate and guide others. She has dealt with chronic digestive issues for over 10 years, and it was significantly affecting her quality of life. She returned to school to study nutrition, started doing her own research, and trained with functional medicine practitioners.

She now helps clients restore their health through diet and lifestyle changes and necessary diagnostic testing to uncover the root cause. She is a firm believer in the role that real food, a balanced lifestyle, and a positive attitude plays on overall health. You can visit her website and blog for FREE digestive wellness tips, recipes, and healthy living advice. Jen offers health coaching to individuals who are struggling with chronic digestive problems.

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Craig Fear is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) who specializes in digestive issues.  The foundation of his practice is helping his clients transition to a nutrient-dense, traditional foods diet.  He blogs regularly at Fearless Eating and is the creator of Fearless Digestion, an online digestive wellness program that addresses the root cause of chronic digestive issues. You can also connect with Fearless Eating on FacebookPinterest and Twitter.

When he is not saving the world from processed food, you can find Craig in western Massachusetts where he lives, hiking with his dog, fermenting foods in his kitchen (he is a kimchi addict), playing guitar and drinking more coffee than he'd like to admit. 

The Cornucopia Institute will engage in educational activities supporting the ecological principles and economic wisdom underlying sustainable and organic agriculture. Through research and investigations on agricultural issues, The Cornucopia Institute will provide needed information to consumers, family farmers, and the media.

"We support economic justice for the family-scale farming community – partnered with consumers – backing ecologically produced local, organic and authentic food."

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Hi, my name is Ursula.  I am not a nutritionist but a concerned mother, who has done extensive research, and developed creative ways to provide healthy and enjoyable fun food options. Please visit my page: http://creativeandhealthyfunfood.com 

Most of my recipes are very easy to prepare.  I believe in cooking with fresh ingredients and try to avoid cans and boxes as much as possible.  Not all the recipes, smoothies, fun food ideas and/or snacks are my own creations but ones I’ve found and share.

The purpose of my blog is to give fun ideas for healthy meals the entire family can enjoy.  I believe that kids should eat the same food as adults. Creating these early food habits will teach kids to not only eat better and more variety of food, but also to share and enjoy time with the entire family.

 

Marc David is the Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, a leading visionary, teacher and consultant in Nutritional Psychology, and the author of the classic and best-selling works Nourishing Wisdom, The Slow Down Diet, and Mind Body Nutrition.  His work has been featured on CNN, NBC and numerous media outlets. His books have been translated into over 10 languages, and his approach appeals to a wide audience of eaters who are looking for fresh, inspiring and innovative messages about food, body and soul. The Institute for the Psychology of Eating is the world’s only teaching organization dedicated to a forward thinking, positive, holistic approach to nutritional psychology. IPE is unique and revolutionary in its approach – teaching students and professionals how to effectively work with the most common eating challenges of our times in their internationally acclaimed Eating Psychology Coach Certification Training. You can find out more here: http://psychologyofeating.com

Pauli Halstead began her culinary career in 1973 at a tiny vegetarian restaurant, Ma Goodness, in Berkeley, California.  In 1975, she put her name on the window of Pauli’s Café at the corner of Fillmore and Washington Streets in San Francisco.  Pauli’s was one of those wonderful neighborhood restaurants for which San Francisco is famous, and it soon became the place to have a delicious week-end brunch. Eventually, the Napa Valley became too strong a lure and Pauli purchased a circa 1880 farmhouse in St. Helena and in 1981 launched her catering company.

In her book Primal Cuisine, Cooking for the Paleo Diet, Pauli further educates on the topics of GMO’s, gluten and casein intolerance, and how our food choices impact the environment. Pauli has included many new recipes and wonderful photos in Primal Cuisine.

Sara Best, RHN is a Holistic Nutritionist, wellness coach and writer who works with clients all over the world to help them uncover and unlock their own true health and vitality.

She helps people break free of negative food habits and emotional eating patterns. Her approach is based on whole, nutrient-dense foods; raising your energetic vibration in the world; and the practices of mindfulness, gratitude, compassion and connection.

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