Gluten Savvy

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

The following is a list of ingredients and foods that many people don’t realize have gluten. Avoid foods that contain any of the following ingredients if you have celiac disease or gluten sensitivities: • Bouillon cubes and broths • Dairy…

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The Best Vegetable Soup

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

I love soup especially during the fall/winter season. Kids can enjoy all year round–it’s a good way to get veggies in their diet. Here’s the recipe I’ve been using for years. Hope you enjoy. Makes 1 gallon Everyone has favorite…

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Healthy Holiday Recipes

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

The holiday season is now upon us, and you know what that means– eating! Lots of eating. Here are two great healthy holiday recipes to warm you and your family up on a cold winter night. Kids especially will love…

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“FED UP” A Movie Smarter Than FLOTUS

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

“Fed Up” is the clearest and best movie about the evils of advertising to children I’ve ever seen. I’ve read discussions, talked many, many times with parents in my practice, and thought about what I could possibly do to protect…

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Programs Like “Let’s Move” Don’t Work

  • Posted by Dr. Jay Gordon

PARENTS, NOT JUST SCHOOLS, NEED TO BE INVOLVED AND CHILDHOOD NUTRITION IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN SCHOOL PROGRAMS Kipping RR, Howe LD, Jago R, et al. Effect of intervention aimed at increasing physical activity, reducing sedentary behaviour, and increasing fruit and…

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Dr. Jay Gordon on Child Nutrition

Dr. Jay Gordon gives tips to parents on how to establish good eating habits in their young children. He discusses organic versus conventionally grown fruits and vegetables. Talks about childhood overweight and obesity and the way to reverse the trend….

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