New, updated third edition now available!
Co-authored by homeschool mother Debra Raybern, N.D., M.H., C.N.C., I.C.A.; homeschool mother and researcher Sera Johnson, B.MU; homeschool mother and writer/editor Laura Hopkins, B.S.; and mother, grandmother and former Home Economics teacher Karen Hopkins, B.S.
Nutrition 101: Choose Life! is a three-in-one family nutrition and health program for all ages that presents the major body systems, how they function, their common health issues, the benefits of good food and the consequences of bad food. Its 448 pages include into six units:
Biblically based and packed with hands-on activities, science and art projects and nearly 80 family-friendly recipes, this program teaches and reinforces the why’s of what we should eat, not just “because I said so.” Containing a complete reference guide filled with nutrition facts, charts, practical tips and an exhaustive index, Nutrition 101: Choose Life! will serve as a constant resource for improved health and abundant living.
If the book and USB drive have the same information, what is the value of having both? The book provides all of the information from the USB drive professionally printed and bound in full color. The USB drive allows you to reprint individual copies of the recipes, shopping lists, charts and any other relevant pages. Many families print single pages and create a folder for each child. Nutrition 101: Choose Life! is a tremendous resource and having it in both formats allows flexibility and saves you time and money.
“Nutrition 101: Choose Life! is a wonderful, well organized and much needed educational tool! There is simply nothing else out there like it!”
- Thomas M. Reed, DPM, FACFAS, Double board certified in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery and author of Core Essentials Complete: 90 Days to a Healthier You
“It has been such a joy to see Nutrition 101: Choose Life! come to life in our co-op. The kids have greatly enjoyed the fun and varied science experiments and the delicious cooking activities. They also have learned a great deal about their bodies and healthy eating habits. The most important thing my own child has learned is that healthy foods don’t have to taste bad, and that trying new foods can be fun!”
- Elise Eaton, Director, Extraordinary Education
“We have really enjoyed Nutrition 101: Choose Life! I love the fact that my daughter has learned to make better food choices at each meal and has become such a great label reader.”
- Maureen Brisack, homeschool mother of two
“Nutrition 101: Choose Life! does an amazing job explaining the anatomy and physiology of the body, nutritional health and how to make good food choices every day, but most of all it reflects God’s love for us. Passing this information on to our children will be a blessing.”
- Lisa Cook, mother, RN and Executive Director of Columbia County Independent Living
Melissa (Submitted on 31st Mar 2017)
The previous edition was amazing and easy to go through and teach from. I love this version and the combo best of all. Thankful for tools like this to help me proactively keep my family healthy!
Unknown (Submitted on 16th Dec 2016)
I came across this book at the perfect time. I was praying about dieting, but I realized the more important thing is incorporating healthy lifestyle for our family. I am a homeschool mom of four and I am excited to incorporate this into our school and life.
Awesome information and very easy to follow .
Cathy S (Submitted on 12th Aug 2015)
I think it will be a great source to use for my 3 students; my daughter 10th grade; grandsons, 8th and 6th grades. I have only looked through the book CD, but I believe we will all learn about our bodies (health/science/growth/needs). Cooking is a lost art, we all need to learn how to cook well, healthy and safely.
Emily (Submitted on 17th Jun 2015)
I am loving the wealth of information, BUT extremely disappointed in the amount of typos. They are distracting, and interfere with the flow. I'm looking at page 339, right now, and have found 3. I would think, with the amount of money I spent, someone should be paid to find mistakes before print.