ARTICLE: 3 WAYS TO GET KIDS TO EAT BETTER

CrossFit:

For time:
800m Run
25 Deadlifts (185/135#)
50 Sit-ups
600m Run
20 Deadlifts (185/135#)
40 Sit-ups
400m Run
15 Deadlifts (185/135#)
30 Sit-ups
200m Run
10 Deadlifts (185/135#)
20 Sit-ups

SoF - 225/155# (Half reps GHD's)
Comp - 165/110
Perf - 135/95#
Fitness -
Run - 600-400-200-100
DL - 95/65#
SU - 25-20-15-10

Article:

For many parents, talking with children about eating, weight or nutrition is like mincing through a conversational minefield.

Indeed, shortly after a study in JAMA reported that nearly one-quarter of American children and teenagers are obese, the American Academy of Pediatrics warned that encouraging an adolescent to “eat healthy” could trigger an eating disorder. Adults discussing food choices with young people also may be trying not to trip over their own baggage around health and appearance.

So often, parents worry that comments on their children’s eating habits will be received as judgments about body weight or character. With the flood of Halloween candy coming around the corner, following are some suggestions for ways to talk about healthful eating without any references to looks.

Read More http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/12/well/family/3-ways-to-get-kids-to-eat-better.html?_r=0