food

How to Outsmart Your Picky Eater

By Missy Chase Lapine, Author of The Sneaky Chef

One day, my youngest daughter had strep throat, and in the time-honored tradition of mothers everywhere, I hid her foul-tasting medicine in some chocolate pudding. As I watched her swallow it without protest, I couldn’t help thinking about all the wars I had fought to get my kids to eat a fabulous grilled salmon or delicious carrot soup for dinner. » Read more

Avoiding Food Battles

By Cheryl Tallman and Joan Ahlers, www.FreshBaby.com

It's common for food to become a source of conflict in most families. Many parents employ a bargaining or bribing approach to get their kids to eat healthy foods. This is not the best strategy as it encourages your child to resist, a trait that most kids excel at from a very young age. » Read more

12 Weeks Pregnant: Your Pregnancy Week by Week

This week is your last week in the first trimester. Congratulations! You are probably starting to look and feel pregnant now. You may still be able to wear some of your loose-fitting clothes, but that probably won’t last long. How is your appetite? It is very common to have appetite changes during pregnancy. » Read more

Food Fight- Which Foods Can Help In The Infertility Battle?

By Nancy Da Silva According to a recent Harvard study titled 'The Fertility Diet' there are certain foods that can increase the chances of a woman conceiving. The main concept revolves around a full fat, organic diet that proves noticeably effective. » Read more