Archive for 'Nutrition'
How eating the right stuff can help kids learn better. Food and Education Some times the simplest things can help our children succeed in school. For example a good eight or ten hours of solid sleep [...]
How to help your family maintain a healthy diet over the holiday season. Holiday Food There are some tempting foods in our homes during the holiday season and keeping your family’s nutrition on track can be [...]
How to ensure your family doesn’t come down with food poisoning over the holiday season. Holiday Food Safety There are a lot of gatherings over the holiday season, from office parties, to neighborhood drop-ins. Most of [...]
Is after school snacking a bad idea? After School Snacks Does your kid raid the cupboard or fridge the moment school is over? After school snacking is a must for most kids, and as long as [...]
What to do with your child’s pounds of Halloween candy. Halloween Candy So, all year long you work hard at serving nutritious food to your kids and limiting junk food, only to have your efforts sabotaged [...]
A look at the good, the bad and the ugly of snacks and junk food. Snacks and Junk Food According to recent study just 3% of Canadian kids were considered obese back in 1979. Now that [...]
Sitting down for a family meal provides more than just good nutrition. It can provide real quality time for the entire household. When it comes to our children’s nutrition, we usually think more about what our [...]
How to pack a school lunch for your child that’s food safe. Safe Lunches Lunchtime is a crucial meal for kids, carrying them through the rest of their busy day. So it’s important to not only [...]
Every year children become ill after eating hamburgers and other foods contaminated by bacteria, and over the summer cases of food poisoning soar. However it’s easy to avoid with a little care and a lot of [...]
Boys who drink soda pop, fruit punch, lemonade and other sweetened beverages are at nearly double the risk of being overweight and obese compared to their peers according to research out of the University of Saskatchewan. [...]
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