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by Your Child Nutrition Expert Jill Castle

Archive for November, 2011

Today is Sunday, one of my favorite days of the week. Fortunately, this is a quiet day for our family. Today, my girls are washing their clothes in preparation for the school week, homework is getting tackled, and the house is tidied. All in the effort to...

Today's post is from guest blogger, Mackenzie Campbell, who is a student of Nutrition and Food Sciences at Middle Tennessee State University. She is also a new mother who shares with you her experience of introducing solid foods to her baby son. As a...

Don't you love it when a child or teen says please, or thank you? Especially without prompting?! This week many will be giving thanks for their blessings.  When I think of giving thanks I envision a happy family gathering together and dining around a...

Is your child full, satisfied, or both? That’s the million-dollar question for parents who are trying to make sure they are giving enough, and not too much, food to their children. We’ve talked about hunger before, and it’s powerful pull on...

By now, you've sent your children off to many school days. You may have already packed several dozen lunches by now. You might even be slipping into familiar territory: the same old lunch, and the same old breakfast. Yes, this can happen, even to...

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