Category: Nutrition

Three Teaspoons

By Guest Blogger Chrissy McCullough Three teaspoons. That’s the amount of added sugar that the World Health Organization and the American Heart Association...

Take the Trick out of Treats by Incorporating Healthy Habits All Year Long

By Guest Blogger Samantha L. Miller, MD, Family Medicine Physician at Wake Forest Baptist Health Family Medicine – Reynolda We are quickly approaching Halloween and...

Helping Your Picky Eater Become Interested in Healthy Foods

By Guest Blogger Tricia Sheehan Are you frustrated by the small number of foods your child will eat? Are you worried that your child isn’t getting enough...

The Perfect After School Snack

By Kelly Hines The same thing happens every weekday at my house – my kids burst through the door after school, pushing each other out of the way to get to the...

How to Choose Healthy Fats

By Guest Blogger Debbie Wilkins Baisden Today we are going to discuss how to choose healthy fats.  We talk about them a lot, but it can be really confusing what’s...

Tips for Eating Healthy Starches

By Guest Blogger Emily Saunders It is important to eat healthy starches- but at the right times and in the right amounts. First of all let’s define starch.  Many...

Myth Busters: It’s All About Calories

By Guest Blogger Kate Horney Let’s face it, as busy moms, we have a lot on our metaphorical “plates.” From diapers to dishes, laundry to little league – busy...

Teens, Summer and Junk Food

By Guest Blogger Lisa Doss Getting our kids to eat healthy is a challenge for every parent!  Junk food is readily available and sometimes, it seems easier to just give...

Tasty Table ~ Homemade Baby Food

By Katie Moosbrugger Discovering which food my kids loved as babies was always so much fun for me. These days – not so much. It seems the older they get, the...

5 Nutrition Questions You Must Ask Yourself

By Emily Saunders Happy Valentine’s Day! In honor of Valentine’s Day, let’s talk about love … loving yourself! It’s been one and half...