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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 […]

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 […]

Serving Sizes for Toddlers

by Cheryl Tallman and Joan AhlersNaps are important for your child’s health and growth. A nap refreshes a child so that she can maintain her energy for the rest of the day. Studies show that children who nap are more adaptable, have longer attention spans, and are less fussy than those who don’t nap. Parents […]

Benefits of Organic Foods

The rise in popularity among organic foods raises the question for many; “What are the real benefits of organic food over non-organic food?” Organic foods benefit not only consumers, but also the environment and food producers. Consumers It is believed that most of the pesticides infants and young children come in contact with come from […]

Why to Buy Local Produce

When applying the principles of environmental responsibility to our diet, the first things we think of are often reducing meat consumption and going organic. An often underrated factor is considering where our foods are grown. Buying fruits and vegetables that are produced by farmers in your local area is a very important part of being […]

Your Prenatal Diet: Eliminate Those Pesticides

You may not think of it like this, but you’re feeding your baby something from the moment of conception. There are indications that those early months are some of the most critical when it comes to good nutrition with a minimum of toxins. To get the vitamins and minerals you need, you’ll want to eat […]

The Dirty Dozen

Did you know that you can slash your family’s exposure to pesticides by 90 percent by avoiding these fruits and vegetables. According to the Environmental Working Group, everyone should buy the following produce only when grown by organic means, since these are the most contaminated fruits and veges when grown conventionally: Apples Bell Peppers Celery […]

Too Much Junk Food!

by Elizabeth Pantley, Author of Perfect Parenting & Kid Cooperation Question: My kid thinks “chocolate” is one of the main food groups! She eats way too much junk food, and not enough healthy foods. How can I help her develop better eating habits? Think about it: Kids tend to focus more on immediate gratification than […]

Organic Baby Food

When it comes time to start feeding your bay something other than breast milk or formula, you turn to stage one foods such as cereals, fruits and vegetables. The selection is growing however and baby food producers are adding organic baby food to the choices of food you can feed your baby. Your Baby’s Health […]

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