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  • Genre:COOKING
  • SubGenre:Health & Healing / Allergy
  • Language:English
  • Pages:75
  • eBook ISBN:9781642048964

Flapjacks and Jumping Jacks

Where Healthy Recipes and Children's Fitness Come Together

by Brandon Daniel

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Flapjacks and Jumping jacks is an exciting book for children who are wanting to learn healthy recipes to cook by themselves or with their parents along with incorporating fun exercises along the way.
How many times have your kids stood in the kitchen and watched you cook a delicious meal while they ask, “can I help”? Now is their turn to learn how. Flapjacks and Jumping Jacks is designed for that eager child ready to learn the many wonders of cooking along with educating them how to exercise. In this book you will find a wide range of 24 delicious healthy recipes for dinners and desserts that are simple to make with easy to follow instructions. With each recipe also comes simple and fun exercises for kids that they can do while waiting for their meal to cook. Your child can master their cooking skills and have fun along the way. You will also find recommendations for kids with food allergies so this book truly is for every child out there. These are the perfect set of recipes to make as a family, eliminating the need to constantly prepare different meals to please everyone. How fun it will be to share these precious moments with your child in the kitchen. Now, let’s get that apron on, fill those bellies and make some delicious meals!
About the author
Brandon Daniel is the owner of All The Way Fit in Roseville California. Throughout his childhood, he participated in sports such as baseball and basketball, which fostered a passion for staying active and being healthy. In 2005, he became a certified Personal Trainer through AFAA and landed my first job in the fitness industry. From there he went on to complete his Bachelors in Kinesiology at California State University Sacramento in Exercise Science in 2008. His fitness career began by starting off teaching private lessons and then moving on to outdoor boot camps. He now teach small group personal training sessions at All The Way Fit in Roseville, California. With a strong passion for helping others, he’s appeared on Sac & Co (ABC 10), Good Day Sacramento (local CBS), and Fox 40, and participated in the PBS documentary, “Too Little, Too Much.” He have also helped thousands of people achieve a better sense of health and wellness in their lives through exercise and healthy eating. “I wanted to create a healthy cookbook because—let’s face it—we all live busy lives. Living in such a fast paced society, who has time to spend hours cooking in the kitchen? Not to mention that many of us have only a vague idea of what food is good and what is unhealthy. I believe that having an accessible, quick, and convenient resource will help a lot of people make better decisions when it comes to eating healthy. My mission is to help the average person to deal with their hectic lives and to find a balance of fitness and nutrition while educating them on what’s healthy and what’s unhealthy.” Brandon Daniel
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