Balancing Physical Health and Diet as a Parent [Interview with Frances Largeman-Roth] — Womanhood Unwrapped

ME: TO SAY THAT PARENTS IN 2022 HAVE A LOT OF ADDED STRESSORS, CONCERNS, AND CONSIDERATIONS FOR THEIR CHILDREN IS AN UNDERSTATEMENT. YOU ADVISE PARENTS AND INDIVIDUALS ON HOW TO LIVE AND EAT HEALTHILY. HOW HAS YOUR PERSPECTIVE ON THIS CHANGED IN THE PAST TWO YEARS?

ME: WITH THE NEW PROFESSIONAL ENVIRONMENT OF WORKING FROM HOME, DEALING WITH GAP WEEKS AT SCHOOL, MANAGING EXPOSURES, AND OTHER STRESSORS THAT HAVE BECOME A PART OF MODERN PARENTING, WHAT DO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY DO TO STAY HEALTHY AND STILL ALLOW FOR FUN IN YOUR LIFE?

ME: YOUR FAMILY MOVED DURING THE PANDEMIC IN 2020. WHAT WERE YOU SEEKING WITH THE MOVE, AND HOW HAS YOUR FAMILY ADAPTED TO BEING IN A NEW PLACE AT AN UNPRECEDENTED TIME?

ME: WHEN DO YOU GIVE YOURSELF CHANCES FOR SELF-CARE AND MENTAL HEALTH MOMENTS AS A WORKING MOM? WHAT DO YOU TRY AND DISENGAGE FROM, IF NEEDED? WHAT DO YOU MAKE SURE TO DO OR MAINTAIN?

ME: WHAT ARE YOUR TOP GO-TO MEALS OR SNACKS FOR THE FAMILY ON BUSY DAYS?

ME: ARE THERE ANY OTHER DIETARY, OR PHYSICAL RECOMMENDATIONS YOU WANT TO SHARE WITH BUSY WORKING PARENTS?

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