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By: Jodie Shield, RD Preschoolers have tiny tummy capacities. Teens are eating machines. Three daily meals may not be enough to provide all the nutrients kids require. Because many kids need to eat snacks to help them grow [...]
By: Jodie Shield, RD All foods, even cake, ice cream, and candy, have their place in a healthy diet. That’s the position of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (www.eatright.org). Kids can eat anything they want in [...]
By: Roberta Duyff, MS RD FADA Until solid foods are introduced – preferably at about six months – breast milk can be a complete source of nutrition for infants. However, three nutrients may warrant additional consideration. Ask [...]
by Roberta Duyff, MS RD FADA Weaning is the slow, gradual process that helps your baby eat and enjoy your family’s foods. The time for weaning is an individual matter for mother and baby. Experts [...]
By: Roberta Duyff, RD There’s alot to know about feeding an infant and a toddler — and about ensuring a positive eating experience from day one. Check yourself out on these baby-feeding basics. Which infant-feeding [...]