Happy Easter wishes to all our patients and families!
from Dr. Yucel and Natural Pediatrics Team.
Some people associate the “Natural” in pediatrics with “No Vaccines” or “No Shots.” We recognize and acknowledge all those concerns and questions in minds of many parents; and we are proud to say we like to work with our parents and are open minded for friendly and comfortable vaccination schedules. However, we believe in tremendous benefits of vaccinations in conquering the childhood preventable diseases. We believe that the benefits of vaccination outweigh not vaccinating and its potentially terrible consequences.
Are Your Children Eating the Right Carbs?
Do you and your children know the difference between french fries and baked sweet potato? Or, what are the differences between typical processed breakfast cereal, full of high-fructose corn-syrup and artificial colorings; and a bowl of steel-cut oats with berries, nuts and seeds?
All the foods above are rich sources of carbohydrates.
In the recent years carbohydrates reputation has swung wildly and carbohydrates have been touted as bad food in many fad diets. On the other hand, some carbs have been promoted as a healthful nutrient that helps maintain optimal weight, while lowering risk of disease and cancer.
So which is it? Are carbs good or bad? The short answer is that they are both.
reen juices and green smoothies are especially fun to have with your children for St. Patty’s celebration. Even picky eaters may agree to give those drinks a try on such occasion.
So for your St. Patty’s celebration, go green with these juicing recipes.
And remember, it’s not just St Patrick’s Day that you can celebrate with green food and drinks.
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