Distract finicky eaters by putting together a meal that’s so much fun to eat, they won’t be thinking about whether it’s on their short list of “likes.”
Spending a few minutes planning meals for a week eliminates last-minute “What’s for dinner tonight?” woes.
Simple steps toward a well-rounded daily routine.
A healthy breakfast lets kids do their best in school. Try these ideas to help children get the nutrition they need in the morning.
Eating certain “brain foods” might make your kids smarter...but research shows they’ll be better off with a balanced diet, a good breakfast, and regular physical activity.
These fresh ideas for school lunch meet all the criteria for success: ease of preparation, nutrition, colorful presentation, and involvement from your child.
Good communication and education are key for children with food allergies, their parents, school administrators, and other school employees.
Coming up with fresh ideas for your child’s lunch box can be challenging. These simple dishes are nutritious, but still fun enough that kids will give them a try.
Tempt students with these tasty treats that are also good for them.
Time spent enjoying meals together can pay off in stronger family bonds—and much more.
Federal rules on school snack sales will take effect for the 2014-15 school year. Find out how the changes will impact your school, events, and fundraisers.
Ideas on how to improve your child's eating habits.
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