By Elizabeth Leader Smith, August 8, 2012
We’ve pulled together a primer in nutrition for kids and teens making it much easier to get through the meals and milestones of childhood.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, August 5, 2012
Here are easy tips for nutrition-packed breakfasts that get the grade.
By Allison Burch, August 3, 2012
I’m a mom who definitely does NOT have it all figured out. I am learning as I go and once I think I’ve got a handle on something, the game changes. What’s up with that?!? That’s why I love tip swapping. I’ll take all the ideas I can get and I’ll happily share what’s worked (sometimes) for me. I hope I’m not jinxing myself, but the lunch routine I established to feed my picky’ish preschooler is still running pretty smoothly after a year.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, August 1, 2012
If you’re looking for the best and best-tasting foods, here are 10 tips for healthier food choices. Consider this your cheat sheet!
By Allison Burch, August 1, 2012
Ace the aisles! Whether you’re off to a dorm room or your first apartment, take charge of your cart and choose from a huge selection of carefully sourced products to start the school year off right.
By Alana Sugar, September 12, 2011
Break the bad-for-you fast food grip with convenient sandwich meals — no cooking required. What more can busy parents ask for?
By Alana Sugar, September 5, 2011
Make lunches easy to eat with these ideas for no-fork, no-spoon, no-cooking–required finger foods — perfect for kids and adults alike.
By Rebecca Joerres, September 3, 2011
Help us fund school gardens. Every seed planted sprouts a new opportunity for kids to cultivate healthy eating habits. Donate now!
By Whole Kids Foundation, August 27, 2011
Want to make an impact on what your kids are eating in their school lunchroom? Get inspiration from a school district in Texas!
By Whole Kids Foundation, August 24, 2011
Looking for a kid-friendly DIY gardening project? Turn your recyclables into a windowsill container garden in just a few steps!