Media Coverage: Articles

Everyday Health: The Health Effects of Family Dinner

“Good food and good conversation: family dinners teach kids good values and keep relationships healthy.  But do you need to corral everyone at the table every night?  Experts say yes!  The idea of family dinner seems so simple. The reality of consistently making it happen — not so simple. Stacey Antine, MS, RD, author of [Continue Reading]…

mycentraljersey.com, a Gannett Company

“Give Kids the Give of Healthy Meals…There are more than 100 recipes in the book, and sections are organized by how a family lives and eats — from breakfast to bedtime — so it’s easy to learn and to follow, Antine said.  ‘It’s not a lifestyle or diet overhaul,’ she said. ‘It’s a proven, hands-on [Continue Reading]…

Albany Times Union

“Amanda from Albany’s Time Union newspaper sat down with Stacey to talk about her Appetite for Life book recently and she shares the lively Q & A with readers.   Q:  What is the biggest obstacle to getting kids to eat healthy and how can parents overcome it?  A:  The most important think is an awareness [Continue Reading]…

APA Sustainable Places Gives the Barn a Thumbs Up!

“Through our hands-on seasonal programs at Abma’s Farm in Wyckoff, New Jersey, and Hilltop Hanover Farm & Environmental Center in Yorktown Heights, New York, kids learn about nutrition by growing, harvesting, and cooking hand-grown fruits and vegetables using our healthy recipes found in Appetite for Life: The Thumbs-Up Guide to Getting Your Kid to be [Continue Reading]…

Food and Nutrition Magazine

“I’m completely committed to providing nutrition education to as many children, parents and schools who want to have the experience—either through after-school programs, summer camp, school and scout field trips, and school assemblies,” says Stacey Antine, registered dietitian and founder of HealthBarn USA, a healthy-lifestyle education program for children and families.” source:  www.foodandnutritionmagazine.com

LifeByMe.com

“Every day, I work with a variety of kids. Kids want to be healthy and are excited to eat natural foods. Their enthusiasm and feedback motivates me to reach out to as many children and families as possible. I decided to write my book so families can bring the HealthBarn into their homes.” source: www.lifebyme.com

Arizona Foothills Magazine – Valley Girl Blog

“Turkey bacon (T) is a substitute for bacon (B) in this recipe from dietician Stacey Antine, author of Appetite for Life: The Thumbs-Up, No-Yucks Guide to Getting Your Kid to be a Great Eater.For each wrap, cook a slice of turkey bacon and set aside to drain and cool on paper towels. Spread a teaspoon mayonnaise [Continue Reading]…

EnergyTimes.com

“One misconception is that a “healthy breakfast” requires a lot of work at the same time you’re trying to get everyone out the door. It doesn’t. Antine suggests such quickies-but-goodies as low-fat Greek yogurt (which contains more protein than the regular kind) sweetened with a little honey and topped with raspberries and ground flax seed [Continue Reading]…

The Bergen Record

“So what was the trick to getting their picky eaters to not only try something new, but something healthy?  The recipe for the Yum, Yum Dumplings comes from Stacey Antine’s new cookbook, “Appetite for Life.” It’s yet another cookbook that promises to make kids happily eat healthy.  At a time when a recent study shows [Continue Reading]…