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
  • The Aphrodisiac Alphabet
    Throughout history, certain foods have gained the reputation of being aphrodisiacs but what does this term really mean? In most cases the distinction is a myth or an old wives’ tale but is there some truth to the folklore?...
    by at February 10th, 2010 at 10:02 am
  • Superfood of the Week: Winter Squash
    It’s no coincidence that Summer squash and zucchini are watery hydrating foods that are low in calories, while winter squash varieties are more nourishing and dense. Eating seasonally ensures a varied diet and it...
    by at December 14th, 2009 at 08:12 am
  • Superfood of the Week: Chestnuts
    Although I have no childhood memories of roasting them over an open fire after a long day of sledding, I still feel quite nostalgic when it comes to chestnuts. In England, I was a big fan of schoolyard conker fights (if you...
    by at November 23rd, 2009 at 08:11 am
  • Superfood of the Week: Leeks
    A hot bowl of leek soup on a chilly autumn day is a great way to warm the belly. Like most of nature’s edible goodies, this week’s superfood is loaded with nutrients that nourish your body including vitamin C, manganese,...
    by at November 9th, 2009 at 08:11 am
  • A Recipe for Flu Fighting Tea
    I was recently on business in Bangkok when I awoke with the type of bone aching pain I thought could only happen in cheap Halloween movies. I felt as though I had some form of the plague, avian flu or swine flu. With no idea...
    by at November 4th, 2009 at 08:11 am
  • Superfood of the Week: Grapes
    The Greeks knew it: grapes are the food of the gods. They even named a god, Dionysus, after this ambrosial fruit. Perhaps the Greeks knew what scientists and researchers are just discovering today: Grapes are loaded with...
    by at October 19th, 2009 at 07:10 am