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Do kids need snacks after sports?

With school back in session, kids across the U.S. are heading to the field to play football, baseball and soccer after school and on the weekends. They’ll definitely need healthy food to give them energy, help them focus and improve their performance, but do kids...

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5 Healthy After-School Snacks

Kids love their after-school snacks. If your kids are like mine, they come home from school and head right to the refrigerator for an after-school snack. Despite eating breakfast, lunch AND a snack, somehow they’re (apparently) famished. After-school snacks can tide...

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7 Breastfeeding Myths

Breastfeeding is one of the most frequent talked about topics for new moms. Despite all of the information available, there are so many ideas breastfeeding moms think are true but are actually myths. Let’s face it: when you become a new mom, you’re...

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5 Best Foods For Healthy Eyes

With back to school season upon us, there’s a lot of planning and shopping to do but what many parents forget is making sure their kids’ eyes are healthy before they step back into the classroom. An eye exam is a good first start because it will detect vision problems...

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5 Real Reasons Moms Stop Breastfeeding

When I was pregnant with my first child, I didn’t give much thought to whether I would breastfeed or not. Yet amidst all the parenting books and information I read when I was pregnant, I came across a fact sheet and learned about all the amazing benefits of...

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7 Worst Foods For School Lunch

*This post contains affiliate links.* Do you dread packing school lunch? I sure do. I want to make sure my kids get enough protein, fruits and vegetables and healthy fats every day in their lunch bags but packing whole foods instead of packaged snacks takes time and...

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7 Superfoods For Breastfeeding Moms

When I was breastfeeding my babies, I was constantly hungry because I was burning some major calories, much like I would after working out at the gym. In fact, experts say moms who are exclusively breastfeeding need between 300 and 500 extra calories a day. When you...

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