Finding healthier snacks for kids can be tough, especially during a picky phase. I’m a bit believer in options, so here are lots of ideas for your healthy snack arsenal!
Sugar warning labels on drinks significantly reduce the odds that a teen will reach for that sodapop, according to new research.
If you’re avoiding BPA because of its endocrine-disrupting properties, there’s a new plastic label that may be even better: EA free.
A recent study found that simply scheduling recess before lunch led school kids to eat 54 percent more vegetables? Here’s how parents can benefit from these findings.
A study from the University of East Finland found that skipping meals can lead to obesity in children as young as ages six to eight.
As parents, we want a better life for our kids. We want to raise healthy kids who don’t ever experience that 3 o’clock slump that as adults we often fight off with caffeine and sugar. We want our children to eat better and to like it.
Sending your children off to a daycare with some healthy food may not be as simple as it sounds if your child’s daycare participates in the federal Child and Adult Food Care Program (CACFP). The program is making it difficult for parents to pack healthy lunches for kids because it hinders funding for the program, which daycare programs rely on.
Need some healthy kid snacks? Put down the bag of chips and check out these delicious recipes!
Trying to figure out how to get kids to eat vegetables? Make them fun!
Easter is coming up in just a few weeks. Are you dreading the sugary, GMO-packed candy? Try some of these healthier Easter treats for kids that you can make at home!
The National Restaurant Association just released its annual What’s Hot Culinary Forecast. The future looks bright, and it makes me hungry. Read on for my favorite bits…
The USDA announced that Greek yogurt will be available to schools for use as a source of protein in school lunches.
In many schools, kids have access to snacks and beverages throughout the day from vending machines. Kids can also buy foods such as fries and cupcakes a la carte in the lunch line. But do kids really need fatty, sugary snacks available to them at all times?