5 Clever Ways to Make Family Eating More Manageable

Wouldn’t it be nice to come home after a busy day and be able to sit down with your family and enjoy a delicious and healthy meal that took minimal effort to put together?

I don’t have a magic wand to make a healthy family meal appear on your dinner table, but what I have for you is a system. Over many years of trial and error, I have developed a routine that works. Read more…

Gifts in a Jar

Gifts in a jar are handy to have when entering the Christmas season. You can make gifts in a jar with your children to give to their teachers, you can use them as a hostess gift, as a gift for those who already have everything or you can show your non-believing family member that healthy food can be healthy and delicious.

I took some of the popular Christmas and non-Christmas recipes and tweaked them to be healthier and more up-to-date. Read more…

Sometimes I wish I never went to a nutrition school. Well, not really, but Halloween is one of the times of the year when one part of me wants the kids to have fun and enjoy a few treats (or more than a few) but the other part knows too much about the effects of those treats on their little bodies and especially their immune systems. Have you ever noticed how many kids get sick not long after Halloween?

To let them go candy wild or not. That is the question… Read more…

It seems to be a part of our lives that we don’t have enough time to cook because we stay in the park playing with the kids longer than we should have, we don’t leave work on time, extra curricular activities happen at inconvenient times, we need to run errands, and so on. Or we simply feel too tired to put an apron on and cook up a healthy family meal.

Keep reading as I am sharing with you 5 simple food items …   Read more…

If you have a picky eater at home, you understand just how frustrating and worrying it can be. Since I get this question a lot, I decided to put together a list of tips to get you started. Even if your children generally eat well, you’ll learn some ways to pack even more nutrition into their daily diets.

I know all too well what it feels like to have a picky eater. When my son was 2 years old, he lived on the ‘white’ diet.  Read more…

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