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Here we are with chocolate milk back in the news again. It has become second nature to vilify or sanctify food, especially milk. But does that really help kids? I don't think so. I gave a talk last night to some preschool moms, and it occurred to me...

As many of you know, my son likes to get in the kitchen and cook fairly routinely. Last week when I was in Florida visiting my parents, he woke up the first day and made a big breakfast of pancakes, scrambled eggs and turkey bacon for the four of us....

Silly question, maybe. If you're here, you must be, right? I guess the real question is, what are you doing about it? I have been advocating for nutrition policy in Washington, D.C. this week, as I did last year, and I always feel inspired after...

In a perfect world, we would all eat for the right reasons: hunger, health and nutrition. But the truth is, we are all triggered to eat for a variety of reasons, and health and nutrition isn’t always the main player. When it comes to kids, many...

I made this yummy chicken as a Valentine's Dinner for my family before I left (on Valentine's Day) for a work trip. Lemony Roasted Chicken is always a hit, and I served it with brown rice and roasted broccoli. This is a perfect family dinner for a...

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