Getting babies used to vegetables is relatively easy as most little ones are curious enough to try new stuff. Serve a wide variety of vegetables before the big ‘NO-phase’ kicks in.
Your body and brain need energy to start the day. Breakfast is not only the first meal; it’s also a family moment. Say ‘Good Morning’, and share the Good Food.
Food contains calories and nutrients. Calories are fuel. Nutrients are all the healthy stuff we need. They should go together to make quality fuel.
Work fast, carb slow. Favor whole grains, brown rice, nuts, lentils, peas, beans, veggies, bulgur, sweet potatoes, quinoa… the less processed the better!
A dessert is a gesture, not a heap. Keep portions small; a funny presentation is far more important than size. On a regular day, serve some plain yoghurt without sugar.
The amount of kids with diabetes 2 is rising. It’s the result of too much processed food and too little exercise. The good news: diabetes 2 is largely preventable with a healthy lifestyle.
A diet that simply refrains from calorie intake is not fit for kids. They may loose a few pounds but it’s at the expense of feeling hungry and a lack of proper nutrition. 3 tips.
Two big independent studies just proved for once and for all: soft drinks cause obesity. There’s a much better way to quench thirst. Here’s all the drinks that are healthy for kids.
The food industry uses funny names and toys to get kids hooked on unhealthy products. It’s time to fight back and spice up homemade meals with fun and fantasy.
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