Category: Nutrition

Recommendations for Children with Allergies

As we’ve been sharing all week – some recommendations have changes to help parents avoid their children developing food allergies, the recommendations for children with allergies haven’t changed much. Here’s what you need to know: Continue to build a healthy … Continue reading

Avoiding Food Allergy Challenges for Your Baby or Toddler

As we mentioned a couple days ago, there are some new recommendations for parents on how to avoid food allergies. In this time of change, what can you do for your baby or toddler to avoid problems? Eat an antioxidant-rich … Continue reading

New Recommendations for Avoiding Food Allergies

Big changes are happening with the recommendations on how to avoid food allergies in babies and children! Here’s what is new: Avoiding certain foods during the first 1-3 years doesn’t seem to help avoid food allergies – and might actually … Continue reading

Eat Together, Eat Better: 10 Tips for Great Family Meals

Eating meals together has many nutritional and social benefits for children. Kids who eat regularly with their families have healthier diets that contain more fruits, vegetables, calcium, iron, and fiber and less fat and soda than those who rarely join … Continue reading

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