Use this guide to help select some of the best fruits and vegetables of the winter season! Fresh local produce isn't an option for many of us during winter. But that doesn't mean you should give up eating fruits and veggies!
Only a month ago, new federal guidelines mandating healthy lunches went into effect. Some kids are finding them hard to swallow. What are these new guidelines and how do they differ from previous years?
Fruits and vegetables defend our health. You probably didn't eat enough as a kid and children today still aren't getting the recommended number of servings. Celebrate "Fruit and Veggies -- More Matters" month by eating a rainbow of produce. We've included ideas to help get your family started!
The fussing and leg-kicking your bottle-fed baby does might not be just a bad attitude. Maybe it's in the air? The air in the bottle, that is. These simple steps can eliminate air bubbles from bottles and reduce discomfort and gas-related fussiness.
You have a good reason to coax or coerce your child to eat breakfast. They're more alert, active and believe it or not, more cheerful. Check out these ideas that will entice the kids to sit down and say, "Yum!"
My 30-year-old daughter has a beautiful 9-month-old baby girl. Previously baby was sleeping about five hours. I think that she needs more solid foods, and my daughter insists that babies cannot digest food this early. Can you help?
Did you know that by weight, your baby will eat more, drink more, and even breathe more air than you? Not only is this a fascinating fact, it helps to explain that what goes in your baby's little body can have such a tremendous impact.
Like so much about having a new baby in the house, dental care may seem daunting. It's important though. Early preventative care will help your little one establish good habits and prevent traumatic dental care issues from cropping up any time during life.
Many parents are led to to believe that routine iron supplementation is required for breastfed babies once they reach 6 months of age. Some studies, however, suggest that iron supplementation is unnecessary, unless signs of iron-deficiency anemia are present.
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).