Are you sick of packing sandwiches for lunch? Nutritionist Beth Wallace Smith offers some new ideas for your child's lunchbox.
Though many symptoms of the viruses improve within 24-48 hours, it sometimes takes up to a week for the stomach and intestines to fully recover, and re-introducing foods at the right time can help to prevent further irritation. So find out the rules for re-feeding here.
It seems absurd to me that in our industrialized world, too often we can’t trust our own food sources. Luckily, things are starting to change.
Well, I know I may have indulged a little too much over the last few days! Does anyone else feel the same way? It’s time to get myself back on track. The New Year presents us with a fresh opportunity to make a healthy commitment to ourselves and our families.
In a very fun experiment, I asked twenty well-respected, experienced, pediatric nutrition experts what foods they refuse to provide to their own children. The children range from 18 months to 20 years old, and each list I received seemed better than the next.
Picture this: A mom is rushing to get some holiday shopping done after work, before she knows it, it's time to pick the kids up from basketball and ballet. What’s a busy mom to do in the middle of the food court?
This year alone, one-in-six Americans will have food poisoning, and the holiday party season is a prime target. So how do you keep your family safe?