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Six Powerhouse Foods for Kids

Six Powerhouse Foods for Kids

With Palate-Pleasing Tips

Nearly a third of American kids and teens today are overweight and thus at greater risk for Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. The good news is that it’s never too late to introduce healthy foods to a child.

Kid-Smart Supplements

Kid-Smart Supplements

The Right Choices Help Children Thrive

Identified herbs, healthy fats and vitamins can help a child concentrate better, sidestep colds, and sleep more soundly.

Smacking Good Snacks

Smacking Good Snacks

Naturally Healthy Choices Kids Crave

Expand the notion of snack time and have healthy foods ready when hunger strikes at a moment’s notice.

Kids' Vitamin Guide

Kids' Vitamin Guide

Most kids are more likely to grab a French fry than a broccoli floret. Fortunately, a children’s-specific, high-quality multivitamin can help provide crucial, missing nutrients, as well as build an early shield against diabetes, heart disease and childhood cancers

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School Nutrition Gets a Boost

School Nutrition Gets a Boost

Legislation Making Progress

Long-awaited child nutrition legislation known as the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act unanimously passed the Senate before moving on to the House, where passage is also expected.

Fruits and Veggies Boost Kids’ Learning and Social Skills

Fruits and Veggies Boost Kids’ Learning and Social Skills

Healthy Nutrition Leads to Stronger Abilities

A new study reports that school children fed more produce have better learning skills and are better able to handle difficult situations.

Kid-Friendly Clues to Healthy Eating

Kid-Friendly Clues to Healthy Eating

The "Nutrition Detectives" Program

The "Nutrition Detectives" program helps students and parents identify better-for-you foods.

Children at Risk for Eating Disorders

Children at Risk for Eating Disorders

Many Kids are Turning to Self-Induced Vomitting

Children as young as 10 are making themselves vomit in order to lose weight.

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