Is your kid a picky eater? Use these techniques to win mealtime battles. Check out our tips for introducing new foods in a way that will win them over.
At a time when one in three kids weighs too much, an inability to pack on pounds might seem like a minor issue. But some slender children have health concerns of their own.
Feeding kids in our crazy media environment can be downright confounding. One week, news headlines may say that a certain food is "bad." The next week, it's touted as a superfood. To clear up the confusion we asked experts to give us the bottom line on what advice to take--and what to ditch, pronto.
Make tweaks to your kids' favorite foods until they evolve into dinners the whole family will eat. Ready to stop being a short-order cook? Dig in!
Parents play a key role in shaping their children's approach to eating. Here are some mistakes to avoid with your little one.
With fuzz-free peaches, seedless tomatoes, red carrots, and other quirky crops, these produce havens are surprisingly great places to shop for kid-friendly fare.
Before you say, "My kid won't try that," find out why experts think these healthy, adventurous-sounding choices should be regulars on your family's menu.
Here are three healthy ways to please a picky eater.
If you have a child who sticks out his tongue at the sight of veggies or only eats "white" foods, you're far from alone. But don't despair, because we've got smart solutions for helping even the fussiest kids become more adventurous.
Frustrated parents are sending their fussy kids to specially designed clinics at children's hospitals. What strategies do the experts there have to improve your kid's diet? Get the dish here.
Trying to feed a very finicky child? We've got some fresh food for thought.
Do you have trouble getting your child to try vegetables or finish his lunch? One way to entice her to eat healthier foods is to increase the fun factor. Try these simple, creative ideas for turning everyday meals into animals, games, faces, and more.
Whether you have a messy eater or a picky eater (or both!), mealtime can be challenging. Our readers shared their favorite kitchen tricks to keep the whole family happy.
Cooking Channel host and cookbook writer Nikki Dinki's baby may only be 2 months old, but Nikki already has a plan to raise a food-loving daughter.
Putting the "picky" label on kids doesn't help--and may even make picky eating worse.
Picky eating involves a variety of behaviors. Here are some tips for helping your child develop a more tolerant attitude toward food.
How between-meal nibbling can make your kids seem pickier than they are.