Hockey Mom Tips

22 January, 2016 ,

Hockey Mom Tips #3 : Growth and Foods

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My kids have some vertically challenged relatives, so they most likely won’t be super tall as adults. As a mom, the best way that I know how to help them to grow as tall as they possibly can be is to keep reminding them to listen to their bodies. If they are hungry, they need to eat (preferably healthy foods and no weird diets!). If they are thirsty, they need to drink (preferably water). If they are tired, they need to rest. Kids these days have such busy lives that they forget that their bodies are usually pretty good at telling them what to do, they just need to stop for a minute to listen!

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Margot Lacoste

Margot Lacoste

Margot Lacoste is a retired dietitian, an avid hockey player, and hockey mom to four. Her experience raising children and advising hockey players and teams who play hockey led her to self-publish the first version of the Nutrition Edge for Hockey Players in 2002. She brings her expansive knowledge of hockey schedules, arenas, tournament schedules, and teenage hockey player preferences to this great resource.

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