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Increases and Decreases in Your Appetite

During pregnancy it is likely for your appetite to wax and wane. You may find yourself overeating, or under eating on any given day. While this can be the “norm” during pregnancy, it isn’t necessarily good for you or your baby. During the first trimester, especially if you are dealing with morning sickness, you might […]

Will Kids Eat Vegetables? Yes, They Will!

By Judy Williams You have made the decision to grow your own vegetables. It’s a lifestyle and health choice. You want the best for your family and there are no shortcuts on the way. Good for you! So now you’ve got all these wonderful fresh vegetables growing in your garden how do you get the […]

Eating Right for Sleep

by Patti Teel Food has a huge impact on a child’s well-being. It can energize, increase hyperactivity or induce fatigue. Just as a lack of sleep can jumble a child’s thinking or cause learning problems, so can an inadequate diet. Each child is a unique individual, and it’s unreasonable to think that “one size fits […]

Brown Rice for the Family

by Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers Some of the key nutrients in brown rice include B vitamins, maganese, selenium, iron and fiber. The health benefits of brown rice read like a laundry list to disease prevention and boosting the immune system. These benefits include lowering cholesterol, reduced risk of diabetes, heart disease, heart attack, stroke […]

Toddler Treat: Pear Nog

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan AhlersA festive drink for the Holiday season. One the whole family will love. Ingredients: 1 pear peeled, cored and cut in chunks 1 cup of egg nog (dairy or soy) 2 ice cubes cracked Dash of cinnamon Directions: Place all ingredients in blender. Blend at high speed for 15 seconds. […]

How to Introduce Your Child to a Vegetarian Diet

Vegetarian parents oftentimes want their children to follow in their footsteps for ideological, environmental, or health-related reasons. However, teaching children to forego certain foods, especially when their friends are enjoying them, can be a real challenge. Here are some tips on how to introduce your child to a vegetarian diet so that he or she […]

Controlling Portion Size

by Edward Abramson, PhD If you observe carefully, you’re likely to find that you eat more than you need. There are several steps you can take to reduce the size of your portions without being hungry or feeling deprived. Dr Edward Abramson, author of Body Intelligence: Lose Weight, Keep It Off, and Feel Great Without […]

Eating the Right Foods Before Getting Pregnant

When it comes to eating the right foods before you get pregnant in order to help you conceive and have a healthy pregnancy, it basically comes down to common sense. There are some things you should keep in mind however. Healthier Eating You should try to stay away from foods that are high in fat […]

Preventing Obesity in Young Children

by Cathy Strahl Do you have a young child whose weight or eating habits are out of control? Need some real world help with ‘taming the cookie monster’? Here are some things that worked for our family. Our daughter, now 14 years old, was plump from birth and thrived happily for her first year on […]

The Picky Eater

by Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Kid Cooperation and Perfect Parenting Question: My child wants to eat only her two favorite foods: cereal and peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. She eats tiny amounts of any other food and complains about what’s put in front of her. What can I do about this? Think about it: As […]

Car Trips with Kids

by Elizabeth Pantley Are we there yet? How often do parents want to ask this question when traveling with a car full of unhappy, restless kids? By following a few guidelines, your next family trek can be a pleasant one. Set the scene Kids who are squished between bags and packages can get irritable, so […]

Is It Colic, Infant Reflux, Or GERD? Learn How To Tell The Difference

by Roni MacLean It can sometimes be difficult for a parent to understand whether the baby has colic or reflux (and even GERD) since some of the symptoms (eg. poor sleep, constant crying) can be similiar. It’s also extremely important to rule out reflux as a cause of this crying, as it’s becoming widely acknowledged […]

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