Meet Peggy. She’s a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and mom of a happy 17-month-old boy, Christian. She’s been working as a Nutritionist for the past 12 years, has hosted her own cooking show “Kitchen Cures” and is the author of “Must Have Been Something I Ate” and “Kitchen Cures”. We are very excited to partner with Peggy and share her story on our blog!
Every mom’s feeding experience is as unique as her baby. While the journey may be easy for some, others may struggle with many issues. Real Mom Story is a series on our blog where we ask real moms to share their feeding stories. Being a mom can be difficult at times for anyone. Whether you’re expecting or already have little one, we hope these stories can offer you advice on what worked (or didn’t work) for moms just like you. Today, we will be sharing Janelle and Harper’s story!
Children’s nutrition needs are unique. Each situation demands a slightly different recipe. KABRITA’s Nourish Blog is dedicated to providing resources to help parents make informed nutrition decisions based on their personal and individual situation. From breast-feeding, supplementing, to solid food and more. Nourish your Intuition.
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.
There are several ways that sugar can affect children, and many health experts believe that there is a connection between the amount of sugar in children’s diets and their overall health. In modest amounts, research shows that sugar can have a healthy place in children’s diets, but that consuming large amounts – especially of refined sugars – can be connected to health problems.
Establishing a good sleep routine is important for the whole family. Our bodies do amazing things while we’re under the covers – including muscle repair, memory consolidation and the release of hormones regulating growth and appetite.
While nutrition is something we celebrate all year long, National Nutrition Month is a perfect time to put a spotlight on family nourishment.
Storytime comes with intellectual and emotional benefits for not only your child, but all family members.
As the mom of a three year-old, I fully admit that I love seeing the approving faces of family, friends and strangers when Jack says “thank you” in his little toddler voice. But instilling a true sense of gratitude in our children is about so much more than just encouraging them to be polite – it’s about teaching a skill that will boost their health and happiness for life.
As parents, we express love for our children in practical ways, such as getting them dressed, playing chauffeur and choosing the right foods for them to eat. But we’re also responsible for nourishing their emotional growth – and one of the greatest skills we can teach is empathy.