Kid-friendly Veggie Sushi

May 31, 2017

He asked for sushi tonight, so I taught him how to make his own – cooked and raw veggies only. 非常に良い仕事を私の息子 (“Very good job my son”).  

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Creating in the Backyard Garden

April 27, 2017

Do You Have a Green Thumb Child in Your Home? Maybe you have a kid who likes to work the soil and see things grow.  Or, maybe you even grow food that you can eat, like fruit or vegetables. The best backyard gardening projects begin with some planning and preparation: deciding where to make your garden picking what seeds to plant gathering your tools working the soil and so much…

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Eat by Color: Nutrition for Kids

July 8, 2016

Want to Be Healthier but not Really Work at it? 10 Everyday Superfoods: Eat by Color     Nutrition for kids made easy. Just stock up your kitchen, pantry, and lunch bag with these inexpensive and easy-to-like foods.   You may not be overweight or in terrible shape, but your eating habits may not be what they should.  There is a lot of information out there about how to eat…

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Label Me Healthy: Reading Food Labels

July 7, 2016

guest contributor: Gabriella A. One of the first steps towards eating healthy and obtaining an understanding of food starts with reading food labels on packaged goods. Reading food labels will make it much easier for you to compare the products and find the foods that have the nutritional value your body needs to grow and sustain itself. Having this practical, everyday life-skill will help you and your family make healthy choices…

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Kids Wellness: Why Children Need Vitamins

April 21, 2016

  Kids Wellness: Do you think your kids are eating healthy?  Do you think they even can be healthy with the nutrient values of their food?  Maybe you need to see this: http://www.kidseatgreat.com/why-children-need-vitamins/ You can donate vitamins to Children’s Hunger Fund – see DONATE NOW

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Kids Wellness: 5 Habits to Help You Manage ADHD Without Medicine

December 17, 2015

Kids Wellness: originally posted on RealBitesSmallTalk.com for adults and kids on things you can do to help yourself I was diagnosed with ADHD and clinical depression when I was in 7th grade. I had had some of the symptoms of ADHD since I was little – impulsivity, fidgeting constantly, lack of forethought – but I wasn’t tested until I was around 13 years old. Because of my particular diagnosis, symptoms,…

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Kids in the Kitchen

December 10, 2015

Getting young ones involved in food prep paves the way for healthier eaters.  Picky eaters learn how fun it is to cut veggies and be involved with family.  The colors and textures of foods, and the variety of ways to use each ingredient can be really exciting and fun.  There is something everyone can help with, and older kids can even start to make some of their own meals. Photo credit:…

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