For the latest news as it’s available, be sure you like the Portion Size Me Facebook page where we post news, articles, photos, and other bits of information that are relevant to the Portion Size Me lifestyle.
Articles about Portion Size Me:
♦ Marshall on Fox & Friends [Fox & Friends, video]
♦ Portion Size Me Review [David Vale, blog]
♦ Portion Size Me Review [Food & Nutrition Magazine]
♦ Portion Size Me Interview [Alabama's 13, video]
♦ Portion Size Me Interview [Relish Magazine, video]
♦ Portion Size Me on Good Day Utah [video]
♦ Portion Size Me on New Day NW [video]
♦ Keeping It Real with Portion Size Me [Metro Family for Central Oklahoma]
♦ One kid’s summer project: ‘Portion Size Me’ [Atlanta Journal Constitution, Food and More with John Kessler]
♦ ‘Snack Wars’ Comes to Oklahoma City [KOKH Fox 25, video]
♦ Marshall Reid’s Blog Announcement [US Kids Magazines]
♦ Children ‘changing the way we eat’ [BBC Food]
♦ Boy pens “Portion Size Me” to fight childhood obesity [Better Mornings Atlanta]
♦ Eating healthier helps with weight loss [Fox 5 Atlanta]
♦ Weekend Reading: 2 Books for or by Kids [The Atlantic, Health section]
♦ A Child’s Helping Hand On Portions [The New York Times, Dining & Wine section]
♦ 12-Year-Old Inspires His Family To Lose Weight [Health on Today.com]
♦ 12-Year-Old Inspires Whole Family To Get In Shape [The Today Show, video]
♦ ‘Portion Size Me’ Kid Makes Over Lunch [The Today Show, video]
♦ Undertaking A Food Revolution, One Step At A Time [JamieOliver.com]
♦ Local boy creates internet game to promote healthy eating [The Sanford Herald; subscription required]
♦ Hasty: 10-year-old takes up cause of healthy eating [Fayetteville Observer]
♦ 10 year old food blogger meets Jamie [JamieOliver.com]
♦ Student takes healthier lifestyle choices to YouTube [The Sanford Herald; subscription required]
♦ Boy, 10, cuts portions, downsizes himself [CNN's The Chart]
♦ Boy, 10, loses 11 pounds on monthlong mission [CNN's The Chart]
♦ At age 10, boy chronicles weight loss [CNN's The Chart]
♦ Kid chef makes healthy dishes his mission [CNN's Eatocracy]
The Reids — as a family unit or individually — are available to speak to your group, business, or newspaper about the following topics:
♦ Why and how to buy you food and other goods from local sources.
♦ How to decipher nutrition labels and what no-nos should be on every parent’s list.
♦ Transition from an unhealthy to healthy lifestyle.
♦ Childhood health and obesity, including treatment by peers.
♦ General parent-child issues.