Making a delicious meal for the family should not be difficult. It should be easy and painless. If you ever want to impress and at the same time start training …
High blood pressure in children is not as rare as you might think. The American Academy of Pediatrics has found that about 5% of children have blood pressure that’s higher than normal.
Since every 3,500 calories translates into 1lb – imagine how much weight you could lose by the end of the year by taking a walk instead of sitting down and drinking a soda after work?
A quick and easy meal using fish and spinach. Simple and natural cooking that is sure to please your family.
Childhood Obesity is the greatest preventable threat to your child’s physical health and also threatens their mental and emotional well-being. The first and most important piece of advice is: Don’t become part of the problem. Don’t try to tease your child into changing their eating habits. Making fun of your child’s weight is not the way to help them lose a few pounds. Instead of positioning yourself as the enemy, become part of your child’s support system. Reinforce everything you love about this special person, every unique and wonderful quality. Let your home be a haven from the stresses of the world.
Childhood obesity rates have more than tripled since 1980. Reviews of data from pediatric patients indicate a clear correlation between BMI and lower socioeconomic status. But, why is this happening?
Do you experiment in the kitchen? I’ve found it to be one of the most relaxing activities at the end of the day. I like fish. But I am often …
Paella, the rice-based Spanish dish, is one of the most internationally known recipes. It is also very versatile, admitting many variations as long as two main ingredients are consistently present: Rice and Saffron.
Take out your pots and pans to celebrate this fall holiday with a healthy Old World recipe that adds flavors originating in the New World.
This recipe is my first choice when, at home, I realize I have fresh vegetables that start to look “sad”.
Just two slices of melon provide enough vitamin C for the day, with very few calories added to the diet. Because of its high content in vitamin C, it helps to boost the immune system and prevent infections.
Children will eat at different times of the day, if we allow them to. But should we schedule meals throughout the day, or is it better to eat on demand?