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Healthy eating for kids starts at home, even though it's often a challenge with all the unhealthy options just outside your front door.
A recent study has shown some amazing results for adolescents using mindfulness meditation. Learn about the research and how you can use it.
We've got some secrets that could very well turn them around into loving that little powerhouse veg.
You can make a difference!. Advocating for healthy eating through these simple acts can positively impact the health of the children in your life.
Two scientific studies highlight how important our kids nutrition is and why what they eat now could impact their lives forever.
After school games are great, but parents often have a tough time finding healthy snacks for kids. We've got a list of them they'll love.
There are definite dangers of eating sugar. Some people may think that statement extreme, but it's true. See what the latest findings are on this situation.
Wondering how to pack a healthy school lunch? It's easier than you think. Check out our comparison list, and get some new ideas of your own.
Whether it’s getting someone to stop smoking or drop some weight, helping people to make healthy changes is not easy. Fortunately, we have some tricks that can help.
We know children need a healthy diet to grow, learn and prevent weight-related diseases, but how much should a child eat a day? Here are some guidelines.
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.
New nutritional wisdom suggests there are many benefits of snacking, and kids especially should graze on healthy foods throughout the day. See why.
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.
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.
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.
Baby food comes in a jar or pouch that stores at room temperature. Preservatives keep it fresh. Now there's a refrigerated baby food that's 100% healthy.
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.