If it were up to your kids, breakfast would be a bowl of gummy worms, lunch would be French fries dipped in ice cream and dinner would simply be chocolate.
The decision between packing a lunch for your children or letting them eat whatever their school is serving has became somewhat of a no-brainer for parents.
There are a lot of questions around whether or not children can or should take supplements.
When children are sick, many parents are reluctant to give them cough syrup – and rightly so.
One of the biggest struggles for many parents is getting their kids to try and enjoy healthy foods.
Adults often do yoga to build muscle strength, find their centers, develop inner calm and reduce stress. Many experts suggest that yoga positions can also have similar benefits for children.
While breast feeding is one way that women can bond with their new babies, it can also be stressful.
Kids are a tricky bunch. Sometimes they’re really picky eaters and you’re not sure if they’re getting all of the vitamins and nutrients they need.
Research has shown that kids who eat breakfast perform better in school – they can concentrate more easily and have improved memory.
Children are extremely impressionable.