kids nutrition

Kids won’t grow up to have healthy phone boundaries, relationships, or nutritional habits if their parents don’t provide that model.
The modern health epidemic is a product of the norms and distorted expectations created in people’s earliest years.
The nutrition world is shrouded in bad advice and distracted by irrelevant arguments. We need to stop looking for quick fixes and start using common sense in our pursuit of better nutrition.
There are real costs of following the herd.
Making a healthy family breakfast doesn't have to be inconvenient.
Control the easily controllable and provide a balanced model for your kids in this unbalanced world.
The way your child starts the day can have a huge impact on their overall health.
Eating right may be the key to preventing impaired cognitive development.
Adults often underestimate the ability of kids to enjoy complex foods.
These pieces have caught your attention throughout the week. So here they are in one place for you to consume, digest, and enjoy.
A child's healthy relationship with food starts with you.
Let's look at some options that truly focus on real food. Featuring a delicious snack recipe from Fitter Food.
Push past sticky points in your training with this bit of helpful perspective.
“You gotta eat your vegetables.” This mantra doesn't have to lead to tears, tantrums, and arguments.
Unfortunately, many people who skip breakfast are those who need it most - young and growing athletes.
The best way to improve a child's diet is to take it slow and make it fun. Here are three steps to get you started.
A new study suggests young athletes are more likely to be dehydrated, and won't necessarily stay hydrated even if water is available.