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‘PLEASE MUM DON'T SUPERSIZE ME!’ WILL BE LATEST WEAPON IN THE BATTLE OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY
With the federal government recently announcing plans to see children as young as four put on the scales before starting kindergarten, Australia’s leading health and wellness duo ,Richard and Joey Marc, will release their debut book ‘Please Mum, Don’t Supersize Me!’ in March 2008.
Aimed at parents and families who are unsure about how to create a healthier lifestyle for their children, ‘Please Mum, Don’t Supersize Me!’, provides the essential building blocks to maintaining a happy family unit and preventing childhood obesity.
‘Please Mum, Don’t Supersize Me!’ will provide children with an increased self esteem, a healthy approach to living and the motivation to set goals – while also allowing parents to open at any page and discover a new healthier habit for their child.
Co-founders of Marc Wellness International, Richard and Joey have extensive international backgrounds in both the health and wellness, and children’s entertainment industries.
Richard Marc said, “I realized that many parents I spoke to at seminars were very interested in ensuring their child and family were healthy, but many were in need of the essential straight-forward steps to ensure success.
Further information about ‘Please Mum Don’t Supersize Me!’ can be found at www.pleasemumdontsupersizeme.com.au
Richard and Joey have a long track record of working to promote activity amongst our children and, beyond that, to keep our children active. Given the extent of the childhood obesity crisis, they’ve obviously got their work cut out. That’s why parents and families need to be involved, and that’s why Please Mum, Don’t Supersize Me is so important. ... It’s my view that anybody reading it will be a mile in front when it comes to tackling this growing problem if they only follow some of the advice provided here. It’s a timely and worthwhile publication.’
—Alan Jones AO, radio announcer on Radio 2GB
Richard and Joey Marc have simplified the confusion and offered parents an easy guide to providing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle for their children. I have no hesitation in recommending this book as a useful resource guide for any parent seeking helpful hints, to enable them to educate their children in a positive manner on maintaining and living an active and healthy life.’
—Craig Wing, Australian rugby league representative
Please Mum, Don’t Supersize Me is a well-presented and informative read, addressing this important issue for today’s society. A valuable resource and essential reading for families
— Alan Thompson, head coach, Australian swim team