Kids Health QA: Vitamins for Picky Eaters
I think my 3-year old needs a multivitamin, but what kind is best? – Parenting
My Toddler Lost Her Appetite
Why it’s normal and when it becomes a real problem –
Kid-Friendly Recipes: Pizza minis
4 pint-size takes on a classic kid favorite – Parenting
Kid-Friendly Recipes: Pasta Salads
There’s lots to love: minimal cooking, fun shapes, bright colors-and delicious cool or at room temperature – Parenting
Kid-Friendly Recipes: Little Dippers
These faux fondues will have kids dunking (and eating) fruits, vegetables, and more! – Parenting
What you can do to encourage a more adventurous eater –
The Fun of Eating Your Dinner
What to do when your toddler wants your food – Parenting
Making School Lunches He’ll Actually Eat
How to make meals she’s sure to eat – Parenting
Tasty ways to entice your child to eat his vegetables – Parenting
Quick Meals Made Better
Quick meals made better – Parenting
These easy changes can help your child eat better too – Parenting
Feeding a Picky Eater
For babies on up, strategies to help even the choosiest kids eat well – Parenting
What’s Missing From Your Child’s Diet?
With a few simple changes, you can make sure your child gets everything he needs – Parenting
Even picky eaters gobble down these yummy seafood treats –
Collection of resources for packing healthy kids lunches including cookbooks, recipes, product links, and news reports. Keep scrolling down, it’s a super long page with lots of different categories of resources.
Picky Eaters: They Get it From You
Article from the New York Times on recent research suggesting picky eating is mostly genetic. Includes interesting links.
Cooking for Kids: Recipes from Eating Well Magazine. There are additional resources if you click around this section including a discussion board and articles.
What To Do With the Picky Eater
Advice from the mother of seven kids on how to deal with picky eaters. The discussion continues in the comments section. This is a great site for other kinds of parenting advice, and I also love the author’s other personal blog Notes From the Trenches.
Vegetarian Kid-Friendly Recipes from Nava Atlas
Vegetarian kid-friendly recipes and tips excerpted from The Vegetarian Family (reviewed above) and other cookbooks written by Nava Atlas. Good ideas for picky veggie kids.
Feeding Kids Newsletter Archive
Online archive of Feeding Kids bi-monthly newsletters going back to 1999. Short newsletters dealing with how to get kids of all ages to eat healthy, with one kid activity per newsletter. You may also sign up to receive upcoming newsletters via email.
Packing Kid’s Lunches(added 5/4/06)
A collection of suggestions about packing healthy lunches for picky and non-picky eaters in preschool or elementary school. Compiled in 2004 on the Berkeley Parent’s Network site.
Don’t Like It. Won’t Eat It.
Article on TodaysParent.com (originally published in 2003) about some of the possible causes of extreme picky eating across age groups and different approaches to dealing with it.
Getting Children to Eat Well Podcast
A twenty minute podcast with Dr. Joel Fuhrman about strategies for getting kids to eat healthy foods. He’s a bit hardcore (no dairy or meat) but if you can listen to his strategies and apply them to your own definition of eating well, it might be helpful.
Cooking for Picky Eaters
Online article from the magazine Delicious Living, includes tips and recipes.
Recipe from the magazine Delicious Living.
Cooking Rocks Challenge
The author is cooking her way through Cooking Rocks (Rachael Ray’s 30-Minute Meals for Kids). Site is kind of hard to navigate. When you get there click on the author’s name to see most recent posts, or click on Read at the bottom of this post to see the original explanatory post.
A short discussion on FoodNetwork.com about packing school lunches for picky kids.
Pleasing Picky Eaters
An article on FoodNetwork.com with tips for broadening the culinary horizons of picky eaters. Contains links to recipes.
- The Picky Eater and ADD/ADHD
I’m often asked by moms how to begin to improve their families’ diets. Just the other day, the question came up again. This time it was from a mom with a six-and-a-half year old daughter with ADHD.Having a child with ADD/ADHD, who is a picky eater, initially takes more work. You may have a child self-limiting the kinds of whole […]
- My Unofficial Costco Organic Foods List
Although, I frequently shop at a whole foods store, you can save on organics at big box stores like Sam’s Club and Costco. Since there’s not a Sam’s Club near me, I have a Costco membership.“Costco Organic Foods” is a list I put together for my son-in-law, David. He has a Costco membership, but lives […]
- Chocolate’s Hot Debate
News for Chocolate Lovers is a Mixed BatchFirst the good news:Dark chocolate has been found to have more flavonoids than any food tested so far, including blueberries, red wine, and black and green teas! In fact, dark chocolate has four times more flavoniods than tea. Dark chocolate has been found to have more flavonoids than any […]
- Mealtime is Happy Time
Dinner is the one time of the day families can share. Today, many busy families eat together only three times a week. With just a little planning, you can change that statistic for your family. Enjoy being together. Your children will be grown and gone much too soon.Thanksgiving may be over, but don’t stop giving […]
- The Holidays with a Picky Eater
This is absolutely the worst time of the year for sugar consumption. The problem for children is that simple carbohydrates (especially sugar) are primary in their diets. To make matters worse for the picky eater, who self-limits veggies and whole grains, is that they love to eat junk foods and sweets.Our traditional holiday foods only make it more difficult for parents of […]
- Healthy, Hearty and Full of Gratitude—Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is NOT Turkey Day. Okay, we eat lots of turkey on Thanksgiving, but it’s NOT Turkey Day. More than the bird on the menu, Thanksgiving is first and foremost about our gratitude to God for what He has provided.Yes, the day is a reminder of the cooperation and friendship between the Indians and Pilgrims, […]
- What Ya Gonna Do With Those Leftovers?
The one day a year when there’s more food than we can eat is Thanksgiving. Unfortunately, waste isn’t confined to the holidays. According to the US Department of Agriculture, up to one-fifth of America’s food goes to waste each year, with an estimated 130 pounds of food per person ending up in landfills. With grocery […]
- What Are You Eating?
Americans spend over 100 billion dollars on fast food each year! In a recent study by Dr. Hope Jahren, published in the November 2008 issue of “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences”, researches sampled foods fromMcDonalds, Burger King, and Wendy’s. Using carbon isotopes the researches traced what the animals consumed. They based this […]
- Have a Natural Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is only days away. If you want to have a “Natural Thanksgiving” now is the time to think about it. A natural Thanksgiving sounds easy enough, but it takes some forethought.For the last 30 years, our Thanksgivings have been as natural (chemical free) as possible. Most Thanksgiving dinners are loaded with ingredients the Pilgrims never […]
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