Children with feeding tubes traditionally receive their nutrients from commercial formulas. CHOC dietitians can help with other methods.
December 14 is National Roast Chestnuts Day
“Chestnuts roasting on an open fire….” But, did you know that this delicious chestnut is packed with numerous health benefits?
What’s New with the Blueberry?
Blueberries are ranked in the U.S. diet as having one of the highest antioxidant capacities among all fruits and vegetables.
Fight Obesity with the Right Food
Obesity in children is a major health concern in the United States, but an improved diet can go a long way toward overcoming the problem.
Four Tips for Feeding Fussy Eaters
By teaching children healthy eating habits early, parents can help children learn good eating habits that will last a lifetime.
Tips for Keeping the Home Safe for Kids with Food Allergies
There are many things a family should consider before deciding to rid the house of one child’s food allergens.
Tips for Feeding Babies with Cleft Palates
A specially designed bottle nipple can help a baby with a cleft palate feed more easily, a CHOC Children’s craniofacial program nurse tells CHOC Radio.
Wheat Alternative Carbohydrates & Grains
If your child’s allergist has suggested a wheat-free diet, there are a variety of grain and carbohydrate alternatives.
Encourage Your Kids to Snack Healthy
When you offer the right snacks, and at the right times, snacks can play an important role in managing kids’ hunger and improving nutrition.