Saluda, Nc (PressExposure) January 30, 2012 -- [Asheville, NC USA] Len Saunders, author of Keeping Kids Fit and creator of Project Aces, is endorsing Yum Yum Dishes as a creative solution to portion control for people struggling to lose weight.
Len says that life has changed dramatically in the last 30 years. Parents and kids are now inundated with choices, and technology has played a big part in our move to increasingly sedentary lives. Len regularly encourages kids and parents to drink more water, and to incorporate a 30-minute walk together as a family into their daily lives. Len says his "life's mission has become to help families and kids get fit."
Len is excited about Yum Yum Dishes because he thinks they are a good antidote to over snacking. Len says, "What parents need to realize is that kids are not mini adults. Their portion sizes need to be appropriate to their stature. If parents realize that, it will mean big differences for their overall health and size." He's excited about Yum Yum Dishes because "creativity and novelty is what works with kids. Yum Yum Dishes puts a little fun into snacking and gets some education in there too, without them even realizing it."
About Len Saunders: Len Saunders is an award-winning author, motivational speaker in the fight against childhood obesity, and nationally recognized for his innovative wellness events. Len is a sought after source with the national media pertaining to health, fitness, wellness and childhood obesity. Len has received praise for his leadership in the fight against childhood obesity from professional athletes, celebrities, and Presidents of the United States, and has been invited to the White House on numerous occasions. He has also won awards at the state and national levels for his efforts to keep children healthy and fit. Len's approach to children's health, fitness, and wellness is quite simple, but extremely effective. Len is best known for creating Project ACES, an event in which millions of school children worldwide exercise simultaneously in May each year. He is also the author of Keeping Kids Fit, a book that helps families lead healthy lifestyles.