Radio Show: Getting Your Family on Board with Healthy Eating

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View of happy young family having fun on the beachHost and Guest:

Dr. Ritamarie interviews Karen Ranzi, M.A., CCC-SLP

In this show you'll learn:

  • How to help your family thrive eating healthy, plant-based foods
  • How to create recipe replacements for processed and refined foods
  • Fun tips to get your family on board while increasing nutrient-dense, fresh foods in their diets


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Despite the importance of healthy eating habits, it can be a real challenge to get the whole family on board with your decision to get healthier.

Unfortunately, today more than one third of children and adolescents are overweight or obese. Eating habits that contribute to obesity are often those established during adolescence and young adulthood.

Obesity is associated with a higher risk for various health problems, such as heart disease, diabetes, stroke, and several types of cancer, including colon cancer.

The good news is you have the power to help your family develop good health practices early on so those diet habits carry on into adulthood.

Join Dr. Ritamarie and Karen Ranzi as they discuss ways to help you get your family on the right track toward a healthy diet.

dosa karen2Karen Ranzi, M.A., CCC-SLP, is a mother to two children raised raw vegan, an award-winning author, internationally-renowned speaker, raw food coach, certified raw food chef, speech, language, and feeding therapist, and owner of Karen is the author of the groundbreaking book, “Creating Healthy Children: Through Attachment Parenting and Raw Foods,” winner of the Bronze Medal “Living Now” Award in the category of Health and Nutrition from Independent Publishers. Karen travels throughout the United States and abroad delivering her impassioned message about raising healthy families. Karen was awarded the Peer-to-Peer Award for “Service to Children's Health” and “Best of Raw Professional Simple Raw Food Chef with 5+ Years Experience” by the Raw Living Expo 2014. Karen more recently published “Raw Vegan Recipes for Families: 115 Easy Recipes and Health Tips for Energetic Living.

In 1994, Karen was able to heal her 3-year-old son from asthma, chronic ear infections, and multiple allergies, and herself from digestive and skin problems through dietary and lifestyle changes. By means of her education, life-changing personal experiences, and sincere desire to share her message, Karen has been able to guide thousands toward developing excellent health.

Additional Resources:

Karen has made available her e-book, Fun Raw Food Finger Foods, at no cost for our listening audience.

You can learn more about Karen at Super Healthy Children, Super Healthy Raw, and on her Super Healthy Children YouTube Channel. She also has her teleconference available, Healthy Raw Nutrition for Children and Teenagers

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  1. Theresa

    Just a reminder to make sure you are able to take those medications (I have an allergy to Cipro — worth knowing since it is the most effective drug against problems like typhoid, and likely the first one yo;28#&17ull get in a hospital!). Otherwise, a really good list!

    • Lynn Johnson

      Cipro – or rather ciprofloxacin – is a class of antibiotics called fluoroquinolones. They are often inappropriately prescribed, and should be reserved for use against serious, perhaps life-threatening, bacterial infections, such as hospital-acquired pneumonia.

      Using food as medicine is always a good way to start. I’m glad you found that of value.


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