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I loved this book! It is chock full of instruction on how to create healthy eating habits in children. The author gives day-to-day examples of how she is raising healthy eaters. I have incorporated many ideas and they really worked with brood. Particularly, one super picky ten-year old. You will not be disappointed a good read.
Welcome aboard Eli & Cristin. Our smart, funny, passionate new interns ready to take on the NF cause!
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Exciting Guest Blogger: Rockstar Chef Chad Sarno
Chad Sarno is a chef and culinary educator; currently the VP of Plant Based Education at Rouxbe online culinary school, he is just the person we love having on our blog. He was previously the senior culinary educator for Whole Foods Market’s healthy eating program and developed a course curriculum for Whole Foods Market’s global healthy eating program. He also launched an international boutique restaurant chain from Istanbul to London.
Chad has contributed to many recipe books as well as featured in many national publications. Chad recently teamed up with New York Times Best Selling Author Kris Carr of Crazy Sexy Diet to write Crazy Sexy Kitchen: 150 Plant-Empowered Recipes to Ignite a Mouthwatering Revolution. Through the intersection of clean food and culinary education, Chad continues to share his passion for helping others achieve their health goals, starting in the kitchen.
It was an honor being able to speak with Chad and hearing his great advice for plant base eating. We hope you enjoy his interview just as much as we did! Read the interview on our blog!
Thrilled, honored, and so HAPPY to be in Parents magazine. Bring on national NF awareness! On news stands now, pick up a copy today!
Photo extravaganza from our NF Family Wellness Retreat 2013
The Happiness List
Here at LTF, we admire Daphne Oz’s book, Relish. It covers every aspect of wellness from food and nutrition, to relationships and everyday life. One thing that really stood out to us was her happiness list. She explains the list to be about things that spark your inner joy; something that puts a smile on your face and brings upon those moments you will remember forever. it is important to recognize these moments in life so you can look for them and embrace it.
Take the time to write a few things down (does not matter how big or small your list is). Sometimes writing something out will help you better see the whole picture. You will start to realize that what you write down is the result of taking chances and not letting opportunities pass you by. So give your happiness list a starting place. Do not wait for the moments to come to you, create them, because experiencing the things that make you the most happy are good for you and your well-being.
We made a happiness list for the foundation. When putting it together we thought about what truly made us feel accomplished.
Littlest Tumor Foundation’s Happiness List:
For us, connecting with our inner joy is working hard, taking the chances on the foundation that we do, and then seeing the impact it has on individuals and families. We try taking advantage of every opportunity and chance we have for the NF community.
What makes you happy? When someone offers you the chance to experience something new, bring your family together, or to just relax in the crazy times in life, do not be afraid to take it. Fill your life with happy memories and times that warm your heart because these are the moments we live for so why not experience more of them. Please share some things that make you happy!