You play the most important role in raising a food-savvy kid. Get the know-how you need to nourish and nurture and to help them develop good eating habits for life.
Don't believe the hype! These "healthy" label claims on packaged foods marketed towards kids aren't always as good as they sound.
Looking for a natural way to help your child stay regular? Have her eat these healthy, fiber-rich foods and say sayonara to constipation.
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.
Fun strategies and mom-tested ideas for encouraging your kids to eat better, be healthier, and enjoy their food
Chances are, your child isn't eating enough of these crucial nutrients. Here's how to fit them in.
According to a new study, the timing of lunch and recess during the schoolday has an effect both on what our kids eat and how active they are.
Do you know how much sugar your child eats? Chances are it's a lot more than you think.
Yogurt may seem ultra healthy, but it's often packed with added sugar. Now Stonyfield is cutting back on sweeteners in its products for babies and kids.
Why cooking separate meals for your picky eater does more harm than good.
We asked families to taste-test more than 100 new products that contain no nuts, eggs, dairy, or wheat. Even kids without food allergies loved our winners!
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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Nutrition experts narrowed down freezer-case newbies and more than 75 children (plus parents) helped select the tastiest. Put these winners on your next shopping list!
Follow these easy tips and get your toddler to start eating meat in no time!
Don't be fooled! These kid classics aren't as nutritious as you might think.
Milk and water are the healthiest drinks for kids. We tapped nutritionists for ways to help your child get enough of both.
Did you know that eating specific pairings of healthy foods can make them even more nutritious? Some vitamins and minerals feed off of others, letting your child absorb more. Serve up these super combos.
Yogurt is not just for snack time anymore! Check out the health benefits of this nutritional powerhouse, and enjoy these 19 tasty ways to add its natural goodness to your family's diet.
Kids' diets can be a little hit or miss, to say the least. But, by adding more superfoods, you can maximize the vitamins, minerals, fiber, and healthy fats your kids eat at each meal or snack. To inspire you, we've highlighted 10 foods that pack a nutritional punch. Plus, family-friendly recipes will help you get these superfoods on the table quickly, easily, and deliciously.
Knowing when to stop eating in our food-saturated world can be a challenge, especially for kids. These tips from the new book How to Raise a Mindful Eater will help.
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.
Strike a balance between what your child should be eating and what he's actually eating. Our take-your-pick menu planner gives you plenty of wiggle room.
Cookies at school, crackers for car rides, chips after sports ... This around-the-clock nibbling is hurting kids' eating habits -- and their health.
Here's where to start if you want your family to go organic.