1ST OF ALL, WE DON'T BUY ANYTHING FOR THE HOUSE THAT IS CONSIDERED JUNK FOOD-OR SWEETS. OUR BIGGEST SWEET IS UNSALTED-NON-BUTTERED POPCORN AND WE HAVE BOTTLED WATER W/ THAT. SO THOSE WHO I MAY HAVE GIVIN THE IDEA THAT I FEED MY SON GARBAGE-I DON'T BELIEVE IN IT.
2ND-THE DR. SAID HE ONLY NEEDS 2 LOSE 20 POUNDS. HIS B.P-IS GREAT, PULSE IS ALWAYS NORMAL, AND WE USUSLLY GO FOR A SHORT WALK-NOT TO LONG NOW CUZ I JUST HAD A MASTECTOMY AND AM HAVING SERIOUS DIFFICULTIES AT THIS TIME.
HE EATS OATMEAL,SKIM MILK, AND VITAMINS FOR BREAKFAST-EVERY MORNING. LUNCH IS AT SCHOOL
DINNER-ALOT OF CHICKEN AND FISH-WE DON'T EAT RED MEATS IN OUR HOME.
ALSO, WE NEVER FRY ANYTHING-OR USE ANY TYPE OF COOKING OIL. IT ALL GETS BAKED.
WE ALSO HAVE AN ENTIRE WORKOUT GYM IN OUR HOME, WHICH INCLUDES-BOFLEX, TRAMPOLINE, AB-LOUNGE, WEIGHTS, YOGA, PILATES, TAE-BO-WELL WAY TO MANY TO LIST.
FINALLY WE HAVE OUR NUTRITIONIST COMING TO OUR HOME ON MONDAY.
Asked by Anonymous at 9:58 AM on Jan. 30, 2009 in Tweens (9-12)
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:30 PM on Jan. 30, 2009
Some young men have a sturdy frame as an adolescent and young teen to be able to handle a larger body (not fat) when he gets his growth spurt. Every boy in our family did that. They thought they were fat (I say stocky) then about 14 - 15 they grew to over 6 ft tall and skinny! Tell him to continue to eat right and exercise and drink fluridated (sp?) water NOT bottled water for his teeth! Give him juice and even reduced fat milk for the calcium. He's a growing boy. Let him eat a lot of protein. He'll be fine.
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