Posts in the ‘Child Health’ Category

Make Your Home a “No Body-Bashing Zone”

How you feel and what you say about your own body affects your kids. As parents, we want so much for our children: We hope they have a positive sense of self, good friends, a rewarding career, a loving partner, and [insert your other hopes and dreams here]. So we do the best we can

No time for family meals?

Too busy for family meals? Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

The Nutrients You (and your family) Need

There are plenty of delicious ways to get the essential nutrients most often missed: calcium, potassium, vitamin D and fiber. Stock up on nutrient-rich foods and try these tasty recipes.

Myths about Child Nutrition

Concerned about your child’s eating and weight? These debunked myths about child nutrition may put you at ease.

Child Feeding and Weight: The Right Stuff

What’s harmful and what’s helpful when it comes to child feeding, weight and the parents’ role?

Moms are Role Models for Daughter’s Food Attitude, Eating Behavior and Body Image

Moms are role models for their daughter’s attitudes and behaviors related to food, eating and body image. Here’s how moms can make a positive impact.

The Scoop on Snacks for Kids

Well-chosen, planned snacks are important for children’s health.

The Gyro Bowl: Two Thumbs Way Down

Children don’t need a Gyro Bowl. Children need planned, sit-down snacks.

Made to Move

The best philosophy for physical activity is a common sense, relaxed and easy approach. Not “Just Do It,” but rather, “Do It If You Enjoy It”.

Fret-Free Feeding

To take the stress and struggle out of feeding, trust your child’s appetite, eating, and that her body will turn out the way nature intended.

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