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The Monster Health Book

A Guide to Eating Healthy, Being Active & Feeling Great for Monsters & Kids!
Miller, Edward (Book - 2006 )
Average Rating: 3 stars out of 5.
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Beginning with concise discussions of each of the food groups, along with the newly redesigned food pyramid, Ed Miller looks at all aspects of health and nutrition in this accessible and informative book. Fun facts about different foods are included throughout to keep the reading upbeat and clear distinctions are made between healthy and not-so-healthy meal choices. Readers will learn about nutrients, how to read foods labels and what it means to count calories. Readers will also learn how to develop healthy habits, such as making time for breakfast, tips for packing the best lunch, and the benefits of having a sit down (versus fast food) dinner. Overviews on food illnesses and disorders are included as are the importance of sleep and exercise. With Edward Miller's comprehensive writing and clear format, making healthy choices truly becomes easier.
Authors: Miller, Edward, 1964-
Title: The monster health book
a guide to eating healthy, being active & feeling great for monsters & kids!
Publisher: New York : Holiday House, c2006
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 40 p. :,col. ill. ;,27 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Edward Miller
Contents: It's alive! eat well, be well
Vegetables
Fruits
Meats & beans
Whole grains
Milk
The food pyramid: Oils: liquid fat
You are what you eat: nutrients in foods
In the kitchen: counting & labels
Break for breakfast: start the day off right
Lunchtime: time to refuel
Munch time: healthy snacks
Sweet tooth: sweets
Dinner is served!: sit-down dinners & fast food
The skinny on fat: illnesses, allergies & disorders
Sweat it out!: the importance of being active
You're getting sleepy: the importance of sleep
Say no to bad health: smoking, alcohol & drugs
Mood food: self-esteem
Websites: check 'em out
ISBN: 9780823419562
0823419568
Branch Call Number: j 613.2 M647m 2006
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (p. 40)
Subject Headings: Health Juvenile literature Nutrition Juvenile literature
Topical Term: Health
Nutrition
LCCN: 2005046383
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Fun facts about different foods are included throughout to keep the reading upbeat and clear distinctions are made between healthy and not-so-healthy meal choices. Readers will learn about nutrients, how to read foods labels and what it means to count calories.


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