How This Cover Model Built a Healthy-Living Empire


If you’ve ever attempted to get a “picky eater” to eat—your child or not—you know only how challenging, negative frustrating, it can be. Even after attending a Institute of Culinary Education, or ICE, in New York, Catherine McCord faced this quandary after carrying her initial son, Kenya. “I fast satisfied that we could make a four-star meal, and we had no thought what to feed this tiny child,” she tells Hillary Kerr in a latest part of Second Life. As she searched for resources to beam her, she satisfied only how few there were and how many other relatives were struggling with a same challenges. Eventually, McCord combined a blog to share recipes with family and friends, a beginnings of what would turn a extravagantly renouned healthy eating end Weelicious.

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