How much is too much sugar for your child? Here's how to make sense of latest national dietary guidelines and avoid hidden sources of unwanted sugar.
Halloween can be more than just candy with a few small tweaks to turn into a healthier and fun day for your family.
The average American family wastes $1,500 worth of food each year. Here are some easy tips to help cut down on food waste.
With school right around the corner, we asked our Healthy Kids bloggers to give us their best back-to-school tips.
“Enriched.” “Naturally flavored.” “Additives.” This list of confusing terms that describe the foods we feed our families goes on and on. Here's what you need to know.
Eating in season produce now equals peak nutrition and it's better for your budget, too.
Lunch is more than just filling up your child's fuel tank. A child needs to get a balance of carbohydrates, protein, fat, vitamins and minerals at every meal in order to give them the energy to learn, play, and grow every day. Here are some tips to do this at lunch time.
When does a child need a multivitamin? Learn more here.
While many of us enjoy pizza, it can be a source of excessive calories, saturated fat, and sodium in our diet. Here are some tips to make it a more healthful version for your family.
What is clean eating exactly? Find out more about how it can promote a healthier diet for you family.
For many kids, juice is a lunch or snack staple, and for others it’s a special treat. No matter what the situation is in in your house, here are three things when selecting a juice box for your kids.
With Halloween just around the corner, here are some tips to help you find the balance between allowing your kids to enjoy their treats without going overboard.
Kids who start their day with breakfast have been shown to have better attention spans in the classroom. A new study has also found that eating a healthy breakfast may lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes in children.
While food dyes might make your child’s favorite cereal or drink more appealing, a growing body of evidence is continuing to examine the potential association between artificial food dyes and several childhood health concerns.