Wondering what is best for your kids and navigating the optimal way to get them through the transition might feel like a constant struggle.
Just because well-intentioned parents forced their kids to eat foods they loathed or sent them to bed without supper, doesn't mean we have to perpetuate the madness. Our generation also grew up with lots of obesity, anorexia and other food disorders.
Way back in the day, things were so much simpler and being healthy and active was something natural. This brings me to the reason for this blog. There are several things we can do for our children to make exercise something natural.
It's not just the coaches. Sometimes parents misbehave too. Yelling from the sidelines to "trip him" or "kick his ass" as their youngsters are on the field. Not cool. Especially when kids are so young.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) celebrates October as Children's Health Month. Children are more vulnerable to environmental hazards than t...
While fighting obesity is not easy, it can be done. By giving schools the tools, we can be assured of making great strides in battling this disease and the serious risks associated with it.
I've never really been on a diet, but the time has come. I can't promise I'll lose tons of pounds, but my goals are this: Move more. Eat a little less. And still enjoy life.
Have you ever wished those store bought fruit cups were made with fresh fruit?
Ditch the sandwich bread.
Here are some tips on how I keep yogurt cool till lunch.