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The LLVLC Show (Episode 1075): Dr. Brett Hill Shows Parents How To Get Kids To Eat Healthy And Love It

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In Episode 1075 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,” we have Australian chiropractor, wellness expert, Paleo podcaster, and author Dr. Brett Hill as our interview guest today. It’s the dream of every parent–your kids not only eating a more healthy diet, but also choosing to eat that way of their own accord. Can you imagine giving your child free reign to roam about the grocery store or farmer’s market and let them choose whatever they wanted only to find them making mostly outstanding choices? And most importantly, when you’re not around to watch them choose the food they eat…they choose real food over crappy carbage. Is this just a dream? For an Adelaide, Australia-based chiropractor, wellness expert, Paleo podcaster, and author named Dr. Brett Hill (and a father of young children) from DrBrettHill.com, he says this scenario is an easy-to-envision reality. Dr. Hill is the cohost of two of the hottest iTunes health podcasts in the land of Oz called “That Paleo Show” and “The Wellness Guys Show” where he often talks about how parents can craft language that makes kids excited about choosing to eat well. He’s penned a fantastic Kindle e-book about this very topic entitled Nourish Without Nagging: How to get your kids to LOVE eating healthily.

“Don’t beat yourself up, parents. Teach long-term strategies for helping your kids make good choices down the road rather than nagging and bribing them in the short-term to eat what you want them to now.” — Dr. Brett Hill

Listen in as Dr. Hill and I talk about some of the quirky differences between the United States and Australia, how the topic of his book has been five years in the making, how sharing about how he feeds his own kids connected with others, what parents do wrong in an attempt to get kids to eat better, why what’s common isn’t necessarily normal when it comes to diet and health, why so many chronic diseases are completely preventable, how learning lifelong habits starts in the first seven years of life, how a food reward conditions kids to expect a “treat” for accomplishments, the key to getting kids to eat the way you want them to, why kids don’t care about what motivates YOU to have them eat better, making children aware of how not-so-good food makes them feel, whether it’s ever too late to make changes (for kids or adults!), how major Australian and American sports figures touting healthy nutrition is now inspiring kids to eat well, why parents have to be the example for their kids (because they’ll see right through you), why even a small commitment can lead to bigger commitments down the road, how getting your kids to be engaged in the process of growing and making their food is the huge buy-in, and why parents should never give up on making this happen for their kids.

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3. Download the MP3 file of Episode 1075 [34:31]

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What did you think about what you heard from Dr. Brett Hill about getting your kids to eat healthier? Tell us your feedback about it in the show notes section of Episode 1075. Pick up your own copy of his book Nourish Without Nagging: How to get your kids to LOVE eating healthily and connect with Dr. Brett Hill at DrBrettHill.com. Coming up on Tuesday, Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner, Nutritional Therapist and Personal Trainer Evan Brand from NotJustPaleo.com shares about his new book devoted to optimizing brain health and function called The Everything Guide To Nootropics: Boost Your Brain Function with Smart Drugs and Memory Supplements. Then on Wednesday, obesity doctor and fat loss specialist Dr. Spencer Nadolsky from DrSpencer.com stirs a bit of controversy with his brand new book The Fat Loss Prescription: The Nine-Step Plan to Losing Weight and Keeping It Off looking at the medications that could be contributing to weight gain.

Here’s the upcoming LLVLC Show episode schedule:
2-23: Evan Brand
2-24: Dr. Spencer Nadolsky
2-29: Nikki Jencen
3-1: Jimmy Moore on Periscope
3-2: Dr. Mark Hyman
3-7: Aaron Alexander
3-8: Hannah Crum
3-9: Dr. Frank Lipman
3-14: Shawn Stevenson
3-15: Maria Emmerich
3-16: Dr. Jason Fung
3-21: Bridgit Tanner
3-22: Craig Ballantyne
3-23: Dr. Kirk Parsley
3-28: Rachel Straub
3-29: Misha Sakharoff
3-30: Dr. Jonny Bowden
4-4: Michael Graziano
4-5: Nell Stephenson
4-6: Dr. Chad Edwards

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