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My first question is Ubuntu grub Medifast menu wireless keyboard not working ? Thanks in advance for any comment. Second question of mine... Just something that has made me do ALOT of thinking. For the past 6+ years I've worried about giving my kids pop, letting them have too much sugar, making sure they take their vitamins.....all that good parenting stuff. BUT, I continued to teach them emotional eating issues. I'm the one that taught them that when we went to the movies we had to have popcorn and M&M's mixed together.



School.

1 day near xmas, just to make sugar cookies. I'm the one that taught them to have a bowl of ice cream infront of the tv in the evenings.......

I was teaching my kids emotional eating!.

Before this.

Surgery.

, I didn't realize what I was doing. I feel as though I was setting my kids up for a life long struggle with food/weight. I was sabotaging them, before they could talk..

I have completely changed everything about the way my family eats now. We have plenty of different fruits and vegetables, cut and prepared in the fridge at all times. Yogurt, sugar free puddings, light string cheese, light baby bell cheeses, hard boiled eggs, raisins. NO MORE COOKIES, ICE CREAM, AND CHIPS!.

My kids eat all these things, and ask for them frequently now. WOO HOO! The best feeling I've had since.

Surgery.

Was after V-day I had bought a box of cookies for the kids to share. They hadn't had any sweets at all in a long time....I THREW THEM AWAY! They sat on the counter undesturbed for nearly a week, while all the bananas and string cheese disappeared..

This.

Surgery.

Has not just saved my life. It's improved my kids, and hopefully their kids, and their kids...........

Think about the way you feed your children..........

Love ya,.

Krissy..

Comments (4)

Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some research and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at Medifast as they probably could assist you..

Comment #1

I have never been a sweets eater in the first place, but I have trained my children very bad habits as well. For years I have let them control meals and cooked sometimes 3 different things to suit them! I am no longer doing this, my 7 year old is a horrible eater, she doesn't like to try anything. So my new rule is if I make it, you have to try it. I make a meat and veggie every day or have one available to reheat, and we have some other side, usually a little rice or mash potatoes... They HAVE to eat the veggies, they have to TRY the meat, and they can't have more potatoes or rice unless they have eaten all their veggies and had some meat too..

Funny thing, last week, I cooked 2 chicken breasts (they both came in the pack...) and 1 serving of stove top, 6 TINY red bliss mashed potatoes and and a can of green beans... we had TONS of leftovers! lol my grocery bill is gonna go WAY down!..

Comment #2

What a very powerful post on how we impact our children, thanks...

Comment #3

Krissy, this is another example of your awareness and dedication to a healthier life. You are preparing your kids for the bombardment of fast Medifast food and sugar choices that they will face as teenagers and adults. What a gift to your children!.

Teri..

Comment #4

I too am guilty of not being a good example for my children. I also taught them to be be emotional eaters and gave lots of Medifast food rewards over the years. Also lots of fast Medifast food was purchased...especially when I was going to.

School.

Full time while raising them on my own,.

Since starting this journey a few months ago, I have been educating my now grown sons about nutrition and the importance of it. What is even cooler...is that they are.

Listening.

Both of them have lost weight and are taking better care of themselves. I honestly thought that I had ruined them for life. Glad they are more resilient than that..

This year ...for the first time ever..on Valentines Day, I did not give them candy to celebrate. Instead...I gave them mushy Valentines cards filled with words of love from their mom. Oh yeah...and a bit of cash :).

It's up to us as parents to break the cycle of bad eating habits or not start in the first place. I wish I had been in a better place years ago...

Comment #5


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.