Kids are very visual when it comes to eating. This makes feeding them easy if you create a rainbow of food. However, this can be challenging if you’re not the visually creative type. Here are some tips on putting together healthy, nutritious, and colorful meals for kids. The most important aspect of feeding your child is to add as many whole foods as possible and avoid anything overly processed. Unfortunately, processed foods and their fabulous colorful boxes and bags can persuade children...
by on September 28th, 2011 at 04:09 am

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    Healthy Eating for Healthy Kids
    Kids are very visual when it comes to eating. This makes feeding them easy if you create a rainbow of food. However, this can be challenging if you’re not the visually creative type. Here are some tips on putting together...
    by at September 28th, 2011 at 04:09 am
  • Nuts About Coconut Oil
    This is me enjoying a coconut oil massage in Boracay, Philippines. I was born and raised in the tropics and whenever I think of home, I think about coconut oil. Never a beach trip goes by without my friends and I getting...
    by at April 23rd, 2010 at 07:04 am
  • Q: What Is the Best Immune Booster?
    Got a question for us? Drop your tricky, random, wacky or plain confusing health question into the Suggest-O-Matic, leave a comment, or tag your tweet questions with #wellwire and our team of experts will answer them in this...
    by at March 17th, 2010 at 11:03 am
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    Q: Why Am I Getting Sinus Infections?
    Q Here in the Pacific Northwest, the damp winter weather seems to affect my sinuses. When the barometric pressure changes, I get an infection. How can I avoid or prevent these infections despite the seasonal weather change?...
    by at February 25th, 2010 at 09:02 am
  • Hydrotherapy Immune Booster
    Dr. Gibran Ramos: We’ve been using water therapeutically for centuries. In Germany and France, there are towns that derive their names from their healing waters. The Norwegians and Swedes are famous for their saunas...
    by at January 25th, 2010 at 08:01 am
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    Cooking and Healing with Thyme
    A long spell of deep cold knocked back the last of my greens and there’s a fairly even layer of deciduous leaves covering the ground, punctuated by bare limbs and decomposing stalks. My garden is pretty much hibernating. But...
    by at January 7th, 2010 at 05:01 am
  • 6 Great Reasons to Start a Garden
    My favorite seed catalog came in today’s mail: organic Floriani red flint corn, green meat radish, Bolivian rainbow pepper, purple bac choy, ruby streaks mustard. These are the reasons I started gardening–I was...
    by at December 17th, 2009 at 05:12 am