Kari Moran’s The Book Radio Show

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“There is a solution to help trim down the ranks of America’s 12.5 million obese children before they develop diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol…Nutrition expert Stacey Antine has been teaching parents and kids about healthy eating for years at her HealthBarn USA in New Jersey…and she’s got a plan for you and your [Continue Reading]…

The Princeton Packet

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”While parents hope their children will eat healthy foods, the reality of hectic schedules, confusion about the latest nutrition news, and power struggles at the kitchen table can lead to frustration,” she writes. That’s an understatement.  In addition to recipes, Ms. Antine offers strategies to help parents “be the facilitators of health, not the no-fun [Continue Reading]…

Mummy Runs Fast

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“Back in August, I was asked to review a new cookbook called Appetite for Life: The Thumbs-Up, No-Yucks Guide to Getting Your Kid to be a Great Eater.  This book is packed with kid-friendly recipes, tips, and stories from Stacey Antine, founder of HealthBarn USA.  It provides whole food alternatives to many of the popular [Continue Reading]…

Parent Guide News

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“Packed with recipes and nutritional insight, Appetite for Life: The Thumbs-Up, No-Yucks Guide to Getting Your Kid to Be a Great Eater (HarperOne) helps parents raise healthy kids. In it, HealthBarn USA founder, Stacey Antine, MS, RD, offers ways caretakers can steer kids away from processed and packaged foods and have them opt for wholesome [Continue Reading]…

Your World: Healthy and Natural

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“Lately, I have been aching for new recipes. That isn’t always easy for me, because I am really picky about using healthy recipes that are easy-to-make and don’t involve a lot of fuss. Plus, my two kids and hubby have to love the recipes too. When I heard about the new cookbook, Appetite For Life [Continue Reading]…

The Healthy Mom Magazine

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“Appetite for Life also includes over 100 recipes for every day and celebrations, engages children in the kitchen and the garden, and teaches them the difference between natural and artificial foods, provides fun and educational games that parents and children can play together and includes a “Week-at-a-Glance Recipe” section to help parents avoid making a [Continue Reading]…

Publisher’s Weekly

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“Antine, who is not a parent herself (the kids call her “Aunt Stace”), says children are more likely to eat good foods when they are involved in the growing, shopping, and/or preparation. Information and education are part of the program—she gets kids reading labels and acting as “spies” who learn to search for additives and [Continue Reading]…

LifeByMe.com

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“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

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“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

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“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]…