Kids who ate meals regularly with their family were 24 percent more apt to eat healthy. Credit: Getty Images
Taking time to sit down and eat as a family at dinner could help keep your children at healthy weights.A new study publish...Kids who eat frequent meals with their families eat healthier than those who do not.
Get dinner done. Credit: Getty Images
Grocers know that desperate look in the eyes of frantic and time-starved parents. That's why most supermarkets carry lots of ready-made meals and easy-to-prepare dinners in their stores.But if ...Stumped about what to make for dinner? Ask a grocery store employee for ideas.
You'll definitely want to keep the camera nearby during mealtime. Credit: MxyplyzykRemember Wooly Willy, that bald guy with the magnetic personality who entertained us for hours on end during long car trips? Well, the Food Face plate, a new...Remember Wooly Willy, that bald guy with the magnetic personality who entertained us for hours on end during long car trips? Well, the Food Face plate, a new twist on the Willy toy, will actually have you asking your kids to play with their food.
My sons are complete food opposites: One is a gourmand who has never met a dinner he didn't love, while the other is the pickiest child alive. No exaggeration, I promise. So I'm always on the lookout for the middle ground. That is, healthy, kid-frien...
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