Queensland, Australia, March 05, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Superhero Foods, a new release kid’s nutrition book written by a Queensland Nutritionist, is teaching young children how to make healthy food choices that could help them grow up to be healthier than their parents.
The popular Eat Real Campaign, conducted by News Corp's Taste website, recently revealed that 1 in 4 Australian children are overweight or obese. Parents’ food habits could partly be to blame, as the campaign also showed 93% of adults are not meeting their recommended daily intake of fruit and vegetables. This alarming trend could be reducing life expectancy and contributing to disease, highlighting the urgent need to educate kids about healthy eating.
Gold Coast Nutritionist, Clare Zivanovic, has seen many parents and children battle their weight, and food choices, during her almost 20 years in the health industry. "Parents want their kids to be healthy, but they often don’t know which food information to trust. The healthy food conversation needs to start as young as possible, and it’s clear parents and teachers need support to do this, which is why I created Superhero Foods," says Clare.
Using a simple ABC format, rhyme and beautiful illustrations, this new release book for 2-6-year-olds reveals the exciting superpowers hiding inside certain foods. This fun approach is helping kids become responsible for their food choices and encouraging them to eat more fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
Superhero Foods is already receiving high praise from parents, teachers and other health professionals who are passionate about helping kids to grow up to be as healthy as possible. The book is available in hardcover, paperback and eBook formats, and can be purchased online, requested at physical retailers, and ordered in bulk from the author.
About Clare Zivanovic
Clare Zivanovic is a qualified Naturopath, Nutritionist and Medical Herbalist with almost 20 years experience supporting clients of various ages. Her clinical knowledge has earned her a place on commercial television, podcasts, and in health magazines. Resonating with the term "knowledge is power," Clare believes education and support are essential when taking responsibility for personal wellbeing. As a gluten-free foodie, Clare is passionate about using food as medicine.