My 10-year-old son seems to be lactose intolerant or allergic to milk, but he’s OK eating some dairy products such as cheese. Should I just have him avoid all dairy products to be safe?
Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada magazine, talks about tips to get your child to eat more vegetables.
Janice Biehn, editor of ParentsCanada magazine, talks suggest how to make healthy snacks available for your child.
Are their nutritional needs are being met?
Family meals are indeed key for good health, both physical and mental. After all, it is an opportunity for sharing the day’s events. The timing, though, may be a problem.
Rewards are agreed upon by parent and child before points are earned.
Your tween is starting to want more independence, and this can make it even more difficult to handle their picky eating habits.
Two moms and an expert weigh in.
Weeknights are hectic and leave precious little time to prepare meals or even eat together! However, there is an activity that saves time and money, improves your nutrition, reduces stress and involves the whole family: meal planning!
Toronto writer Andrea Curtis tells us about the lessons she learned while working on her book, What's for Lunch: How Schoolchildren Eat Around the World.