Which meal first? It doesn’t matter much. It’ll be easier if your child is hungry but not ravenous or overtired. Try offering solids an hour or so after a regular breast- or bottle-feeding. Your baby should be wide awake, in a good mood, and ready for an adventure — and so should you. It helps [...]
For the last half century, maternity care providers were taught to dramatically coach mothers to “Push!” with all their might. Things are getting better.
Mealtime can turn into a battle of wills as kids fret about some new and seemingly menacing food offering, ask for a specially prepared meal, or just flat out refuse to eat.
Overnutrition from the wrong types of foods is the greatest nutrition-related risk to children today.
My earliest and fondest memories of cooking are of summer days spent making strawberry jam with my mother. In early June, we would pick up a flat of strawberries from the farmer’s market, bring it home, and lay newspapers all over the dining table before beginning the task of hulling, crushing, measuring and cooking the [...]
For many of us, a good burger is a guilty pleasure. But does it have to be? What if your burger delivered nutrition from whole grains and vegetables? Wouldn't you feel a lot better about eating it, and feeding it to your kids?