Families That Eat Dinner Together, Stay Slim Together, Study Finds

Kids who ate meals regularly with their family were 24 percent more apt to eat healthy. Credit: Getty Images Taking time to sit down an...Kids who eat frequent meals with their families eat healthier than those who do not.

April: National Pretzel Day Puts Fun Twist on Family Cooking

A rather unexpected twist emerged in our search for a special dish to showcase during the month of April. The twist? A baked curlicue of dough tha...Kids will love making this favorite snack food at home.

Losing Pregnancy Weight: 5 Diet Tips

To lose pregnancy weight, start your day with oatmeal and an apple. Credit: Getty Images Celebrity moms seem to step right back into th...Use these five tips to lose those last 5 pounds of baby weight!

How to Make Snack Time Healthy and Fun

Fruit before cookies when it comes to snack time. Credit: Getty Images It's tough to please everyone at snack time. Parents want their ...Instead of reaching for the cookies first, opt for an apple.

Eating During Pregnancy Doesn't Mean Double Meals

Cookies? Yum, but fresh fruit is a better option during pregnancy. Credit: Getty Images Sure, you can eat more when you are pregnant. B...If you're looking for pregnancy to be an excuse to excessively eat, think again.

Picky Eaters? The Sneaky Chef Offers Tips to Get Your Kids to Try Healthy Foods

Mac N Cheese Muffins from The Sneaky Chef. Credit: Photograph © Jerry Errico As The Sneaky Chef, Missy Chase Lapine h...Just sneak in a few superfoods to get kids to eat their veggies.

Ina Garten Offers 5 Tips to Make Cooking Easier

Ina Garten shares five ways to make cooking easier from her latest cookbook. Credit: Ina Garten "Barefoot Contessa" host Ina Garten shar...Follow Ina Garten's tips to keep your kitchen running smoothly.

Try This: What Are Your Best Tips for Dealing With Picky Eaters?

It is important to feed your kids healthy foods, but when it comes to meal time, that's not an easy task. Trying to get them to eat veggies ...
Moms on the street share their secrets on how they get their picky eaters to try new foods.


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