I Hungry summarizes my lifelong journey of struggles, revelations, and wins in restoring balance and harmony in my health. I am proud of my health and how I look and feel. I am sure you want the same since you are reading this. Taking care of my family and myself involves effort and planning, which I lay out in this book. Evolving to be my healthiest self has led me to inspire and educate others along their journey to wellness. Parents always ask me, "Ruth, how do you do it? Make it easy for me. Just tell me what to do. Tell me what to buy and what to avoid." People are sick of being sick and tired. They are looking for answers they can't always get from their doctors, which is where inner wisdom, intuition, and research come into play. It becomes a spiritual quest to love yourself and to spread the love. I am always on a mission for self-improvement and will continue to evolve as necessary.
Foreword by Joshua Rosenthal—Institute for Integrative Nutrition
Introducing I Hungry by Ruth Katz—a book that emphasizes the importance of holistic nutrition for children. This book is perfect for parents, caregivers, and anyone looking to make healthy and delicious meals for kids.
Ruth Katz is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, where she studied the art and science of nutrition and wellness. Throughout her studies, Ruth was drawn to the concept of holistic nutrition, which emphasizes the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit. She realized that this approach was especially important when it comes to children’s health and nutrition. As a result, she decided to write a book that would help parents make nutritious and fun meals for their kids.
In I Hungry, Ruth provides a wealth of information about nutrition and how it can impact children’s health. She discusses the importance of whole foods, organic ingredients, and avoiding processed foods. She also emphasizes the importance of eating a variety of foods, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.
What sets this book apart is Ruth’s focus on making healthy food fun for kids. She understands that children can be picky eaters and that it can be a challenge to get them to eat nutritious meals. Therefore, she provides creative and exciting recipes that are both healthy and enjoyable for kids. From breakfasts like Rice Cake Face with Nut Butter to snacks like Homemade Fruit Roll-ups to dinners like Zucchini Lasagna, Ruth offers a wide range of delicious and nutritious meals that kids will love.
Additionally, Ruth includes tips and tricks for involving children in the food preparation process. She believes that when kids are involved in shopping for ingredients and preparing meals, they are more likely to enjoy food and learn about healthy eating. Therefore, she provides guidance on age-appropriate tasks for kids in the kitchen, as well as tips for making cooking a fun and educational experience.
Overall, I Hungry is an excellent resource for anyone looking to create balance and harmony in their lives and in their children’s lives through food. With its focus on holistic nutrition, creative recipes, and tips for involving kids in the meal-making process, this book is a must-have for parents and caregivers who want to ensure that their kids develop healthy, sustainable eating habits.
— Joshua Rosenthal.
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