Category Archives: Fit Fruits
There’s nothing better than freshly juiced fruits and vegetables! It tastes so good that your kids won’t even know they’re drinking something so healthy. Also, it’s easier and safer to quickly grind up some fruits and vegetables, than it is … Continue reading
Eating more blueberries, apples and pears may be linked to lower risk of diabetes, according to a new U.S. study
Healthy eating as children can help prevent diabetes. Reuters Health reported on Friday that a recent study showed that eating more blueberries, apples and pears may be linked to lower risk of diabetes. The study referred to in their article … Continue reading
According to the World Health Organization, here are the percentages of overweight adults by country: 93% American Samoa 72 Saudi Arabia 67 United States 66 Germany 66 Egypt 61 United Kingdom 59 Canada 53 Spain 50 Iran 49 France … Continue reading
For years, we have been taught what we should eat – less salt, sugar, and saturated fats – more vegetables, fruit, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and seafood. The “food pyramid” is very familiar to us all and made the … Continue reading
Yes, fruits are an excellent part of a healthy diet. But the question really should be how many carbohydrates are in the fruit you would like to eat. A common guideline is to limit your serving of fruit to 15 … Continue reading
As our first child grew, we noticed that her mood changed very easily. She could change from being delightful and outgoing to being withdrawn and ill-mannered within a few minutes. As we analyzed her behavior, we realized that she was highly affected by what she ate…
What foods helped her?… What foods made her worse?… How often was best for her to eat?… What times during the day were best for eating?… How did her diabetes make her more susceptible to improper nutrition problems…
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This website will help create happier children by teaching parents about healthy foods and when to provide those foods during the day. We will include links to trusted research by experts in nutrition and health. Because of the large selection of foods to choose from – both fresh and processed – healthy eating for children is one of the most important topics of our day.