Childhood obesity is preventable. These habits and activities start your tot off on a healthier and more active lifestyle.
Bought prenatal vitamins today. I already take fish oil supplement once a day, which I love. Talked to my mom about trying to make it happen. Haven't totally explained to my dad the situation, but I think he gets that living with my husband might lead to a baby. Def didn't tell brother anything. I don't want to hear it from him, whatever he has to say about it.
Sad that I can't be planning this at home, but maybe the next one? ;)
Calling doctor in the morning to get a pre-conception visit in.
As parents, we want our children to be accustomed to healthy eating from the earliest possible age so good nutrition will be a lifelong habit. Young children are ready to begin to learn about nutrition ("healthy food" vs. "treat food") and about food plans (why meals need to include each food group).
Dear Fitness Expert,
Do you have any tips on exercise or nutrition that will help prevent stretch marks? Also, I enjoy running and am wondering just how long it's okay to continue. Thanks.
Dear Lactation Consultant,
My doctor just recently informed me that I was underweight and prescribed energy drinks for me. If I continued to consume them while I'm breastfeeding will they have any kind of effect?
Kids love sugar snap peas for the same reason adults do -- they're crunchy, sweet and fun to eat! This is a delicious salad that's sure to be a hit at the dinner table or in the lunchbox.
Soup is a terrific meal for toddlers. Smooth soups or broths are the best starters soups, because their textures are easily managed in the mouth. Soup also offers a great opportunity to develop "spoon" skills.
It may seem as if it will be an uphill battle to get your family to switch from heavily advertised sodas, energy drinks, and sugary juice drinks to healthier beverages such as water and milk. Believe me, though, it's a battle worth fighting.
Introducing solid foods -- a fun and important step in your baby's development and well-being. In fact, studies show that babies who are fed nutritious, healthy diets grow into stronger kids and better-adjusted eaters than those who are fed poor diets.