Summer is upon us, and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be on the go with little ones in tow, to backyard play dates, zoo trips, and taking off to the mountains or the lake for family getaways. When you’re away from home, and you’ve...
INSTEAD OF STRESSING ABOUT THE CANDY OVERLOAD, USE IT AS A TEACHING TOOL FOR HEALTHY AND BALANCED EATING
Why this is just as important – or more – than your child’s nutrition.
Sarah Remmer, RD is a mom of three, a Registered Dietitian and owner of a nutrition consulting and communications company based in Calgary, AB.
This week we’re looking beyond the beloved banana, at some of the other sunshine-hued foods that can give baby’s nutrition a boost and expand their palette.
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growing up gourmet
We’ve all been there. The evening supper rush. It’s 5:00pm and you have to get your son to soccer by 5:45pm. You’re scrambling to get food on the table and your kids are nowhere near ready to sit still at the table, let alone eat their meals. You have only 20 minutes to get everybody fed and ready, but as you’re furiously eating your own meal, you kids’ food is left untouched. Even worse, your toddler is playing with their food, slowly poking each item without eating. You remind them that they have to eat quickly because you don’t have much time. It feels like you’re on repeat and nobody is listening. Am I right?