Keep winter health going strong with this delicious, tummy-friendly smoothie, inspired by Ayurvedic Medicine’s Golden Milk. We’ve given it a few twists to make it a hit with all members of the household.
Iron deficiency in toddlers may affect up to 15% of little ones. Read on to learn more about low iron in toddlers and how iron rich foods for toddlers may help resolve the problem.
Learn more about three nutrients your picky-eating toddler may be missing, how to boost their intake and top foods for picky toddlers.
The holiday season brings in a lot of delicious flavors and gingerbread is at the top of that list! Try these gingerbread pancakes for breakfast, and get the entire family in the holiday spirit bright and early.
While Thanksgiving leftovers are almost even better than the original dinner, this breakfast bowl is a fun (and healthy!) take on some of the season’s favorite flavors!
Children’s nutrition can play a powerful role in overall health — and many common childhood symptoms can be related to food sensitivity. One of the easiest ways to identify a potential food trigger is by keeping a diet diary.
Protein is an important nutrient to help children concentrate and focus (it also helps build muscle and other important functions!). But packing balanced, protein-rich lunches and snacks that kids will actually eat can be tricky. Here are some easy ways to boost protein at lunchtime.
As parents, we tend to spend more time worrying about keeping kids away from harmful bacteria than we do thinking about the role of the healthy bacteria that lives in their gut. But paying attention to gut health (and understanding the powerful role of nutrition!) has a host of benefits – including helping kids regulate mood and behavior.
Weaning is a major milestone in your baby’s development whether you are breast or bottle-feeding. Read on to learn about why goat milk formula should be part of your weaning plan.
An inside look at this nutrient (and natural preservative!) and how it supports children’s health.