Artificial sweeteners are chemical sweeteners used as a substitute for the calories (and taste) of sugar. Read on for more information about these substances.
Eating whole foods can create a foundation for a life of radiant health. This section will help you choose the appropriate foods for your baby and toddler, focusing on optimum nutrition, flavors, and balance.
Health experts recommend that mothers breast-feed their babies for six months as their exclusive form of nourishment. They also suggest that mothers continue breast-feeding as a primary food source after introducing solid foods and other liquids to their babies.
Tips for shopping to emphasize fresh, organic, and local ingredients in cooking for your family.
The visual appeal of food and ambience can have a calming effect that stimulates your baby’s appetite and attitude towards eating. Read on for tips for developing a healthy relationship with food.
In spite of all of the positive aspects of breast-feeding, it is not uncommon for new mothers to feel awkward and anxious while nursing. Here are some tips to make it a success.
There is no question about the dietary benefits of breast-feeding, but the advantages go beyond nutrition, and benefit both you and your baby.
Illness thrives in acidic environments, so a slightly more alkaline environment is a healthy state for your baby. Here are some ways to help maintain that balance.
With the exception of very small food packets and unpackaged fresh foods (including produce and fish), all food sold in the United States is required to have a label. Here are some tips for getting the information you need from those labels.
Generally speaking, when making food choices for your baby, consider natural, whole foods compared to those with chemical additives.