To avoid childhood obesity, children need to eat better and get exercise. As simple as it sounds, we need to be active in changing their habits.
When we travel, we’re all a little more stressed, immune systems are taxed, and we lack sleep. So, here are some simple tips for healthy traveling.
It’s a struggle most parents face: Finding kid friendly veggies. Check out our fun tips for getting your kids to eat — and enjoy — spinach.
New nutritional wisdom suggests there are many benefits of snacking, and kids especially should graze on healthy foods throughout the day. See why.
Chicken nuggets are ubiquitous on the children’s menus, but isn’t turkey healthier than chicken? Yep, and we have some easy ways to make it work for you.
There’s a growing disparity between children and it involves weight. We are seeing more cases of obesity in children, mostly of lower socioeconomic groups.
Nutritious, healthful food is the fuel that powers our children through their busy day. (Same for all of us, by the way!) Here are a couple ideas for healthy school lunches.