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Monday, August 3, 2020
Is An Organic Lunch Truly Healthier?
Session length: 17 minutes
You may have heard that organic is better than conventional but do you really know why? Go behind the scenes at Rodale Institute to discover the surprising benefits of organic and regenerative agriculture. Plus, learn what to buy for a healthier kid’s lunch and how to go organic on a budget.
Will There Be Wild Fish For Our Grandchildren?
Sponsored by Wild Planet Foods, Inc.
Session length: 31 minutes
There is a popular prediction that there will be no wild fish by 2050—is that true? During this presentation, William will cover the state of the ocean and non-sustainable fishing practices. He will discuss how a shift towards sustainable fishing on a grand scale can help to reverse this trend to ensure the future of wild fish for our future generations.
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
Using Parenting Styles to Make Fun and Tasty Plant-Based Meals for Kids
Session length: 36 minutes
As a Registered Dietitian and mom, Melissa will be presenting on easy and realistic ways to foster healthy eating habits in your family and kids. You’ll learn ways to boost tasty plant-based meals for kids’ health and sustainability. She’ll also cover the difference between the four parenting styles and how they can impact mealtime dilemmas. Snacks and meals can be enjoyed while supporting your kids’ unique needs and the environment. Don’t miss out on these strategies to make healthy eating fun for kids.
Boosting Brain Health and School Focus with Wild Blueberries
Sponsored by Wild Blueberries Association of North America, Inc
Session length: 29 minutes
Maggie Moon, MS, RD, author of the MIND Diet, will be discussing the brain healthy berry: wild blueberries! Did you know there are two types of blueberries? We’re talking Wild. From mental focus in kids, to memory recall in elder adults, wild blueberries are the tastiest brain food you’ll find for all ages. Maggie will share the health benefits of wild blueberries, recent research on this unique berry, helpful knowledge from her book, and a brain healthy wild blueberry smoothie recipe to start your family’s day right.
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
Become a Food Waste Warrior: Tips and Tricks for Saving Money and the Planet One Carrot Top at a Time
Session length: 33 minutes
Did you know that 40% of the food produced in the United States goes to waste? You have the power to make real change in your own home, and Sophie will show you how. Join us as she demystifies sell-by dates, shares sanity-saving freezer hacks and tips for resilient meal planning, and so much more.
Prevention of Vision Loss Starts in Childhood
Sponsored by EyePromise
Session length: 30 minutes
Join renowned optometrist Dr. Dorothy Hitchmoth as she explains the importance of healthy habits for healthy eyes. Learn how pediatric eye exams are essential to early detection of specific diseases, the dangers of screen time, how blue light affects the eyes, and what you can do to set children up for eye and full body health throughout their life.
Thursday, August 6, 2020
Sicker, Fatter, Poorer: The Urgent Threat of Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals to Our Health and Future . . . and What We Can Do About It
Session length: 23 minutes
Hormone-disrupting chemicals are all around us, but do you know the long term effects they have on our kids’ development? As a top environmental medicine scientist and pediatrician, Dr. Trasande will outline the rapid increases in neurodevelopmental, metabolic, reproductive, and immunological diseases directly related to this chemical exposure. You’ll also learn what you can do to fight back and protect your family.
Supporting Your and Your Child’s Immune System From Within
Panel: Keri Gans, Audrey Ross, Maureen Frost, Melissa Gonzalez
Session length: 35 minutes
Hear tips from a panel of experts on how to prepare your body’s immune defenses for back-to-school and the fall. Join this exciting discussion to learn the latest findings regarding immune system support for kids and adults alike. Our moderator, Keri Gans, RD, author, and international speaker discusses this highly relevant topic alongside a diverse group of speakers.
Friday, August 7, 2020
Dinner is Served! Introducing Anti-Inflammatory Eating to the Family Table
Sponsored by: Kids Smart
Session length: 44 minutes
Inflammation is the root cause of disease and much of it begins with the food we eat. In this session, you’ll learn how inflammation impacts your family’s health and how your kids can benefit from anti-inflammatory eating. Plus, Carolyn will share kid-approved anti-inflammatory foods while she whips up a favorite recipe from her book, Meals That Heal 100+ Everyday Anti-Inflammatory Recipes in 30 Minutes or Less.
Saturday August 8, 2020
Grow Your Own Regenerative Climate Victory Garden in Homes and Schools
Sponsored by: Canyon Bakehouse
Session length: 18 minutes
Want to reverse climate change in your own backyard or school garden? Join Jessica, mom, dietitian, and partnership development lead for Kiss the Ground to discover five tips to grow your own regenerative Climate Victory Garden. In this session, you’ll learn how to sequester carbon, start your own compost pile, ditch the chemicals in your garden, and so much more.
Sunday August 9, 2020
Mom Hacks: How to Shop Sustainably and Serve Healthy Food on a Budget
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Sponsored by: Sambucol
Session length: 41 minutes
As parents, we know it can be challenging to make health and sustainability a reality in your household. In this session, KIWI’s editorial director and fellow mom, Maureen, will talk with three real moms on how they tackle making healthy, eco-conscious decisions a part of their family routine.