While supplements can have benefits, they may not be safe or necessary for every child. Here’s what parents should know about supplements.
Muscling out the Myths: on Protein
Gaining weight in the off season is a common goal of athletes. Here are a few tips to gain weight safely to improve athletic performance.
Lessons on the Lunch Box
September not only marks the beginning of school but also makes us think about planning meals and getting more organized.
Wheat Alternative Carbohydrates & Grains
If your child’s allergist has suggested a wheat-free diet, there are a variety of grain and carbohydrate alternatives.
What is Eosinophilic Esophagitis?
Shonda Brown, RD, CNSC, clinical dietitian at CHOC, explains what Eosinophilic Esophagitis is, and how this unique condition is treated.
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.
Fun and Easy Folate-Rich Snacks for Your Kids
Check out these facts about folic acid, as well as some fun and easy folate-rich foods, that your kids are sure to enjoy.
Good Nutrition: As Close As Your Plate!
The MyPlate diagram makes it easier to put nutrition recommendations into practice by focusing on one meal at a time.