Remember that fun acronym for points of the compass? It can also point you to some helpful tips for handling picky eaters.
Don’t let mealtimes fall flat with stale, stodgy recipes. Get your kids involved—and get creative.
Moms and dads should see childhood as a time to develop good eating habits that last a lifetime.
Food is one area in life where you have full control, but only if you map out a plan—and stick to it.
Swapping a handful ingredients can trim about 200 calories from these typical meals.
Timing is everything—boost weight loss by about 25 percent just by eating 70 percent of each day's calories between breakfast and lunch.
If you’re the type of parent who likes to plan ahead, now is the time to think about new tips and tactics to make the coming school year run smoothly.
Your kids love to load up on sugar. Some simple approaches can help put food in its proper place.
Looking for another way to instill healthy habits in your kids? Look to the family dinner.
American Heart Association report suggests eating earlier in the day may be healthier.