Food Day is like Earth Day, but tastier! It encourages us to work together toward a better food system -- from seed to plate. Here's how you can get involved!
Fitness and Nutrition
After giving birth, your body will probably be larger than it was pre-pregnancy. However, you will and can bounce back. Combining a healthy diet with exercise can be your magic bullet to getting fit after baby arrives.
Now that you're pregnant, should you switch to organic foods? This information can help you make the choice that feels right for you and your baby.
You wouldn't skip feeding your eight-month-old breakfast. You shouldn't skip your unborn baby's, either. Not only do you want to eat breakfast each day, you want to eat the right kind of meal that keeps your energy going and mood upbeat.
Your afternoon slump arrives and your child's slouching on the couch. Is it time to have a cup of coffee and an energy drink? That's probably not your best alternative. Reach for energy-boosting snacks instead. These foods leave you with a true blast of energy that will last and keep you active all day.
Your pregnancy test confirms you've got a baby on the way! One of your first thoughts might be, "What should I eat? How much? When?" Our pregnancy nutrition guide will help you get answers to your questions and show you how to eat the right amounts of healthy food for you and your baby throughout your pregnancy.
Some schools forbid sack lunches. Others inspect a kid's meal and offer supplements. What can you put in your child's lunchbox to meet or exceed nutritional requirements?
Moms who breastfeed have a free ticket to eat extra calories every day! Learn how to best cash in those calories and get the best nutrition for you and your baby.
Are you wondering if you should be on a special diet while you're breastfeeding? Do you need to avoid certain foods? Find out how to eat for two with our breastfeeding nutrition checklist.
What's your child's favorite snack? If it's one of these popular junk foods, you can whip up a tasty, healthy alternative to fill that empty spot. How will you celebrate National Junk Food Day?