YOUR BODY, YOUR LIFE, TAKE CHARGE
How Class Works
The class is a self-pace and 8 weeks long (I give an extra 2 weeks because I know you have busy lives). There are 6 online workshops (classes) that are supported by interactive eLearning sessions, discussion boards, interaction with other classmates online, e-mail and one-on-one support with me. The online portions are designed for both children and parents to participate together.
Each of the six online workshop segments includes:
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This course is pediatrician approved AND you and your family will have FREE access to a Certified Health Coach (me) for the eight weeks that the workshop is available to you. I will work one-on-one with you to answer any questions you may have, provide support, and offer additional resources and tools to help you achieve the goals that you set for your family during the course.
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Dr. Bill Sears, one of America's most renowned pediatricians, is father of eight children, ages 19 to 44 years, and author of over 40 books on childcare. Dr. Sears has appeared on over 100 television programs, including 20/20, Good Morning America, Oprah, Today, The View, and Dr. Phil, and was featured on the cover of TIME Magazine in May 2012. He is noted for his science-made-simple-and-fun approach to family health.
Every parent wants their child to grow up healthy and strong. One of the most important things a parent can do is make sure their child eats a healthy, balanced diet to meet the child’s high energy needs.
What children eat and drink during their early years can affect their health for many years to come. General eating habits are formed in the first few years of life so it is very important that we encourage our children to eat good, wholesome, nutritious food.
These workshops will give you easy-to-implement tools and information to:
Even More Benefits
What do parents notice after taking the L.E.A.N. Start workshops?
A lack of good nutrition has been shown to have a dramatic effect on children’s ability to concentrate, their fine motor skills, as well as their overall attitude, behavior and performance. Many children, even those who do not look overweight, can be suffering from Nutrition Deficit Disorder (NDD), which contributes to ADHD, developmental delays, depression, learning disabilities, OCD, allergic diseases, cardiovascular disease, GERD, infectious diseases and inflammatory diseases (dermatitis, colitis, bronchitis, etc.).
Reasearch confirms that to effectively impact the health of a child, change needs to begin at home with the parents themselves. Based on this fact, Dr. Sears' LEAN Start eWorkshop focuses on education and empowering parents, which can dramatically improve the health of the child and the entire family.
What is L.E.A.N Start?
L.E.A.N. Start was developed by “America’s Pediatrician," Dr. William Sears and Sean Foy, M.A., a leading exercise physiologist and nutrition expert. L.E.A.N. Start is a fun, scientifically proven, clinical based interactive and educational program that is perfect for parents like you. It is broken down into six workshops focusing on the four pillars of health: Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude, and Nutrition (L.E.A.N.).
The online workshops are designed for both children and parents to take together for mutual understanding and sharing. With its fun format, the workshops will actively engage your children. They will learn that eating healthy is pretty cool which will make your job feeding them nutritious food so much easier.
A Childs's Health Begins with the Parents
When a child struggles with their learning, behavior, performance, weight or overall health, the impact is felt heavily by the parents. Many times parents seek help from tutors, medications or school coaches or counselors. However, in many cases the solution is easily found through changes in Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude or Nutrition.
Food and a Child's Brain
Food impacts how well a child’s brain works, affecting their moods and abilities. In these illustrations, you see how in a child’s brain junk food can cause neurotransmitters, which pass along information, to function improperly. Smart foods, however, allow information to be processed correctly and help the child function at their optimal level.
Processed Food Making Your Kids Dumb?