We are SO proud that one of our special ED students at Mount Diablo High School in Concord, Ca. designed this logo for the show. (She is currently enrolled in community college as an Art Major).
We wear our amazing aprons every show and so many of you have asked how you can support us teaching and educating children and our communities.
Now you can have one too!
It's time for a power breakfast! Chef Cindy and her daughter, Rose Stein, prepare a tasty breakfast of potato crusted quiche with broccoli, banana nut muffins, kale salad and fruit. Yummy!
Chef Cindy and Rose start cooking from The Fat Chance Cookbook, a get it right, get it healthy cookbook that Cindy co-authored with Dr. Robert Lustig, a pediatric endocrinologist. They revisit the Vegetarian Chili while talking with special guest, Garry Pearson, the Harper Garden Coordinator from Davis, California. Garry brings examples of what's in their gardens, discussing strawberries and how they are grown in modern commercial farming.
Feeding our kids well makes a mom feel like a good mom! Enjoy wonderful tips and tips on how to make sure your kids are getting the nutrition they need to grow big and strong.
Cindy LOVES to invite people into her kitchen, nurture them with food, love, and wisdom... but she never forgets that everyone has special gifts that add to the beauty of life. Good eating and good living go hand-in-hand.
Dr. Lustig, at left, explains how sugar leads to fatty liver and metabolic syndrome. Woven in with scientific information are demonstrations of how to eat to reverse fatty liver and metabolic syndrome. In fact, Chef Cindy Gershen, right, is the co-author of Dr. Lustig's "Fat Chance Cookbook" that shared dozens of homemade recipes, which were tried and tested in the classroom Cindy taught at Mt. Diablo High School in Concord, California. At center is Dominic Machi, director of food and nutrition services for the school district.
Dr. Alan Greene of Stanford University started the first physician website in the world. Nutrition is the most important aspect of health. This episode includes a student athlete, Alen, taste-testing the food and giving a different perspective about sports drinks, hydration for an athlete, and the truth about food.
Dr. Alan Greene of Stanford University has researched how palates change as people improve their diets.
Dr. Alan Greene talks with Rose Stein in the kitchen classroom at Mt. Diablo High in Concord, California.
In this video Dr. Alan Greene and Dr. Sarah Davidson give you the lowdown on everything good and bad for the health of your teeth and body.