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.
Parents have tried it all when it comes to getting their children to eat vegetables, and it seems that there is no end to their creativity. A new study found paying children to eat vegetables increased consumption, but is this a good idea?
There isn’t one single food that has been proven in warding off all viruses, but the combination of these foods can help give your immune system a fighting chance.
Nutritionist Beth Wallace Smith offers advice to a mom about helping her young child eat healthier.
Nutritionist Beth Wallace Smith gives us her top picks to fuel a teen athlete's body.
Are you sick of packing sandwiches for lunch? Nutritionist Beth Wallace Smith offers some new ideas for your child's lunchbox.
Many products labeled “whole grains” do not contain the components that actually help prevent diseases. Here's how to know you're family is truly getting what they need.
Research continues to find a strong relationship between the increased marketing of non-nutritious foods to children and the rates of childhood obesity. Here are some ideas on how to cut down your child's exposure to junk food ads.
Nutritionist Beth Wallace Smith offers tips on how to make over your summertime offerings without sacrificing flavor.
It may come as a surprise, but the amount of sodium that kids eat now could raise their risk of heart disease later in life. Nutritionist Beth Wallace offers some tips on how to reduce salt in your family's diet.
Given adult-sized plates, kids tended to serve themselves more and consume almost 50 percent more calories compared to those given smaller plates, finds a new study.
Registered Dietitian Beth Wallace gives her top picks for the best free apps out there to get families on their way to healthier eating.
Looking to avoid filling your child's Easter basket with candy? Nutritionists Beth Wallace and Melanie Savoca offer some creative ideas for healthy Easter baskets that your children will still enjoy.
Surprisingly unhealthy snacks that might be in your cabinet and sabotaging your child's diet. Take a quiz from nutritionist Beth Wallace to find out the best snacks for your children.
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.