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How to Feed Kids
Whether you're pregnant or already have kids, these questions and answers about how to feed kids will give you helpful...
Family Meal Makeover: Pizza Night
“Tell her that we don’t eat any hydrogenated oils,” said the note Sam Hemphill, 10, of Newton, Massachusetts, slipped...
Retrain Your Taste Buds
Even after decades of hiding uneaten peas, you can learn to prefer healthy foods. This writer’s husband did just that—...
Less Screen Time, Leaner Kids
A $3 bag of spinach may hardly seem revolutionary—unless SpongeBob SquarePants grins from the package. Kid-friendly...
Meal Makeover: Snack Attack
Packaged snack foods tempt us everywhere! It’s all too easy to pop a bag of chips or those cute mini cookies into...
Measure it out
Measure it out. Teach your kids what a reasonable portion size is. A serving of rice is about the same size as an ice...
Eat more, weigh less
Eat more, weigh less. Add more fruits and vegetables to your family's diet: they're low in calories and rich in...
Fill up with fiber
Fill up with fiber. Few kids crave a fiber-rich meal. But fiber is filling and when combined with drinking plenty of...
"Do as I do"
"Do as I do." Be a role model and teach your kids to make balanced choices when eating out. Add a green salad to your...
Delight kids with dips
Delight kids with dips. Diving vegetables and fruits into yummy dips makes lunch more fun. Offer apple slices with a...
Kick up the calcium
Kick up the calcium. There are creative tactics you can employ to make sure your child is getting plenty of calcium....
Get the family involved
Get the family involved. Allow your kids to participate in the grocery shopping and encourage them to choose healthy...
Stock up
Stock up. What you stock your kitchen with will influence your children's food choices. Leave high-fat, salty and...
Serve single portions
Serve single portions and your kids will be less likely to overeat. Avoid letting the kids take an entire bag of chips...
The Kid-Friendly Pantry
Fruits & Veggies Assorted dried fruits, such as apricots, prunes, cherries, cranberries, dates, figs, raisins...
Healthy Kids: FAQs
Expert advice on helping kids stay healthy.
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