Dr Sandro Demaio on how to keep your family healthy and happy

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 26 June 2018

26 mins

Dr Alessandro Demaio may be better known for his role on Ask the Doctor.

Now he’s written a cook book called The Doctor’s Diet: Simple and sensible dietary advice that will dramatically improve your health.

He explains ways you can start healthy habits with your family, including some recipes for the fussy eaters in your family.

 For more on Sandro’s book check out his website.

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