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Fighting American Obesity with Diets for Children

Fighting American Obesity with Diets for Children

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Dr. Scott Conard, a national expert on disease prevention, an author, and a sought public speaker, has developed a detailed web site focused on game of health programs. These are focused on the idea of making any person?s experience with health care providers more pleasurable.

Generally, the elaborated information on the web site refrains from expressing opinions about which health-care programs, such as diets for children, are better. Instead, it offers the reader the opportunity to make such judgments on their own. In some cases, Dr. Conard includes input from the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and its rulings regarding the safety of some products such as supplements; however, in many cases the main determining factor of whether a product is better than another is supplied by a category called ?users? ratings.?

This article will focus on the web site?s link to diets for children where listed information include the name of the diets for children product, a brief description of it and the users? rating for that specific product. This article evaluates a sample of ten diets for children products, three of which had too few users? reviews to receive a users’ rating score.

These three include a diet for children product called Baby Love, described as having great recipes to introduce kids to eating good foods at an early age; Best Food for Your Baby & Toddler, including nutritional advice and recipes; and Eat This, Not That for Kids, described as a kid- and-family-friendly guide to outsmart the food industry and produce diets for children that will promote a healthier lifestyle.

One product of diets for children, described as a Weight Watchers? guide for parents raising healthy and happy kids, called  Eat Move Play, was rated as low as possible by its users, receiving a total users? rating of 0%.

In contrast, our small sample of ten diets for children products include four that were given 100% approval rating scores. These are:

  • America?s Test Kitchen Healthy Family Cookbook;

  • Diet Drama, which is a sequel to the bestselling book Body Drama;

  • Eat Clean Diet for Family and Kids;

  • the e-book called e-Diets Trim Kids.

Also rated in our sample group were Camp Shane (57% users? rating score) and David Beckham?s GO3 (57% users? rating score), where the British soccer star attempted to create diets for children meals.

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