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Mindy and the Good Gut Bugs
by Brenna Thompson View author's profile page

Overview


Mindy mouse discovers how eating real foods supports her good gut bugs and keeps her feeling good all day.
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Description


Mindy mouse likes to trade all the fruits, vegetables, and other foods her mom packs in her school lunch for the desserts her classmates bring in theirs. Over time she develops severe stomach aches that prevent her from playing and learning. With the help of Mrs Heifer, Mindy and her Mom learn how real foods help feed her good gut bugs (probiotics) and keep her feeling good. With this knowledge, Mindy decides to stick with real foods, and save deserts for special occasions. Includes 3 easy recipes using ingredients that help support kids own good gut bugs, just like Mindy.

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About the author


Brenna Thompson is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian with a passion for teaching people how foods interact with their body and for getting to the root of their problems. She graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a B.S. in dietetics and later completed her Masters of Applied Nutrition through Northeastern University, Boston. She believes that no one eating style is right for everyone person, and what works for some doesn't for others. In her free time Brenna enjoys finding creative ways to use up the produce from her garden, going camping with her husband, raising her new son, falling over in yoga, knitting, and writing. You can find her at brennathompsonrd.com
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Book details

Genre:HEALTH & FITNESS

Subgenre:Children’s Health

Language:English

Pages:24

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543940565


Overview


Mindy mouse discovers how eating real foods supports her good gut bugs and keeps her feeling good all day.

Read more

Description


Mindy mouse likes to trade all the fruits, vegetables, and other foods her mom packs in her school lunch for the desserts her classmates bring in theirs. Over time she develops severe stomach aches that prevent her from playing and learning. With the help of Mrs Heifer, Mindy and her Mom learn how real foods help feed her good gut bugs (probiotics) and keep her feeling good. With this knowledge, Mindy decides to stick with real foods, and save deserts for special occasions. Includes 3 easy recipes using ingredients that help support kids own good gut bugs, just like Mindy.

Read more

About the author


Brenna Thompson is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian with a passion for teaching people how foods interact with their body and for getting to the root of their problems. She graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a B.S. in dietetics and later completed her Masters of Applied Nutrition through Northeastern University, Boston. She believes that no one eating style is right for everyone person, and what works for some doesn't for others. In her free time Brenna enjoys finding creative ways to use up the produce from her garden, going camping with her husband, raising her new son, falling over in yoga, knitting, and writing. You can find her at brennathompsonrd.com
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