Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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Food for Kids

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www.LindyBoothFoods.com

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Kids Versus The Dreaded Vegetable

Believe it or not, there are ways to prepare vegetables so that kids will eat and enjoy them. This week’s program reveals Lindy’s tried and true technique of getting kids to actually ask for more vegetables at the dinner table. Included are carrots, cauliflower, jicama, bell peppers and beets.

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Biography

Food for Kids with Lindy Booth

Lindy Booth is certainly a goal oriented woman. She’s a mother, a registered dietician, and the host of a weekly radio program on the Food Radio Network heard by tens of thousands of listeners worldwide. She is also the author of a new digital download book titled “Food For Kids”. Although Lindy works in the nutrition field, she is available for private consultations by phone, email or in person.

 

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