A CHOC clinical dietician explains how fiber can benefit children’s health and how to take advantage of seasonal, high-fiber fall foods.
Homemade or store-bought baby food: Which should parents choose?
A CHOC clinical dietician explains the differences between homemade and store-bought baby food, and how to properly prepare and store it.
Starting solid foods with babies: An ultimate guide
In this article, a CHOC pediatrician offers tips on when parents should offer solid food to babies and what foods to choose.
How much protein does my child need?
How much protein a toddler, child or teen needs depends on their age and body weight. Learn what foods contain protein.
Overcoming an eating disorder
Unable to manage her eating disorder at home, Suzette was admitted to CHOC’s comprehensive eating disorders program.
4 ways to incorporate sustainability into your family’s nutrition
Nutrition and sustainability can easily be adopted into your family’s cooking. A CHOC clinical dietitian offers sustainability tips.
Celebrate National Nutrition Month: Personalize your plate
MyPlate gives a visual representation of how much we should eat of each food group. Jazz up your diet and personalize your plate to your life.
Fueling your body for the virtual CHOC Walk
In order to prepare our bodies for physical activity, such as the virtual CHOC Walk, it’s essential we have adequate nutrition and hydration.
Fiber for kids: High fiber recipes for kids
Learn everything about incorporating fiber in your children’s diet, how much, high-fiber foods and snacks for kids. Get the recipes here!