Making sure kids -- and adults -- eat nutritious meals has never been more important. Here are some easy ways to sneak in good foods, vitamins, and fiber without them knowing the difference.
Don't believe the hype! These "healthy" label claims on packaged foods marketed towards kids aren't always as good as they sound.
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.
Use this age-by-age guide to find out the amount of food your child should be eating--and how to create healthy habits for a lifetime.
Load your shelves with these delicious, nutritious foods, and we promise that your kids will stop begging you for junk food.
To create healthy eating habits for picky eaters, try making their meals fun. There's a variety of visual tools you can use to make nutritious meals pleasant and even exciting for your child. Get creative about how you present food, try using some color, and be sure to tell your kids about the benefits of good eating right from the start.
Do you know how much sugar your child eats? Chances are it's a lot more than you think.
Between juice, sports drinks and fruit snacks, there's a lot of foods marketed to kids that aren't nearly as good for your children as you might expect.
Here are three things to avoid when reading nutrition labels.
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