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Publisher's Summary

This is Rujuta’s most important book to date and an attempt to future-proof the health of our next generation. A book that is as much for parents as it is for kids, Notes for Healthy Kids focuses on clearing the underlying food confusion that leads to endless diet trends. It empowers kids to make the right food choices for themselves. Rujuta also calls out the food industry for targeted and misleading advertisements as well as policymakers for failing to protect the interests of our children.  

On the practical side, the book combines the latest in nutrition science with the time-tested wisdom of our grandmothers and offers easy-to-follow advice for all aspects of a child’s life. Includes food guidelines for:   

  • Age-group 0-15 years
  • School days
  • Holidays
  • Parties
  • Sports
  • Obesity
  • Low immunity
  • Diabetes
  • Fatty liver
  • Frequent illnesses
  • And much more
©2019 Rujuta Diwekar, 2019 (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Nice. Informative. An eye opener.

I like it as a mother. I will apply her pointers in raising my kid.

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Great read before starting solids to infants

Shernaz has done a great job with the audio. the book has been typically written for Indian parents. We are based in UAE and a lot which is recommended isn't possible here. However the baseline concept holds true and makes practical sense. Also, in Covid situation the fuss about sanitizer mentioned in the book becomes contradictory but it's just a small part of it. more details and research recommendation's on things like chocolate and child labor; can make this book a better knowledge resource. In some parts of the book author is talking to kids and in most parts parents, becomes a confusing narrative. Not sure who she wants to address, kids might not read the book.

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  • shilpa bunde
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Reminds me of my childhood days.

Would like to go back and try my best to feed my child what I have eaten when I was young. Btw, I have already started the changes in her diet.