Three tips to help you fight against childhood obesity.
Red means "Stop". Before eating Red foods, you should stop and think if it will fit into your eating plan. These foods should not be eaten daily. Yellow means "Caution". Yellow foods can be eaten more often than Red foods, but you may not want to eat them every day. Enjoy them a few times a week. Green means "Go". Green foods can be eaten every day, if you like. Enjoy them to the max!
Feeling stressed about meal time? Here are some tips that can help
Once you are on a roll making healthier food choices and are exercising more, it can still be a challenge to hang out with friends who aren't making the best food choices!
When we are surrounded by an environment that is positive, motivating and cheerful it can be inspiring. Here are some tips to surround your patients and your staff so everyone is on the same page for a healthy lifestyle.
Follow these tips for a month of healthy lunches your child will love
What's your favorite type of snack: sweet, crunchy or savory? We have ideas for all!
Dictionary for dining out
Here are 20 easy things you can do to help reduce fat in your every day diet
You read the chart for your next patient and discover you have another kid who is overweight in the room. You sigh as you consider the burden of obesity that our nation is facing and the role you have in helping to reverse this trend. You find that many of your patients are not responding to your advice, and their weight continues to escalate, increasing their risks for health issues and co-morbid diseases.
Today’s practicing pediatricians have been plagued with a new medical crisis, which threatens the present and future health of their patients.
Today your lives are super busy with school, sports, friends and all kinds of activities. You probably don't think much about nutrition and what is best for your body, especially when your schedules are overflowing.
Here are some healthy ideas for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Many parents and caregivers have dealt with this frustration: What to do with a child who only eats a handful of foods? Let’s start from the beginning.
Since athletes burn more calories through their workouts, they need to consume more. Here are some ideas on what to eat to refuel in healthy and delicious ways. Your body will thank you!
Partner up! Schedule yearly wellness check-ups with your child’s pediatrician/ physician to ensure they are growing and gaining weight at a normal rate.
Keep It Simple and Check Out the Following
Here are 10 easy things you can do to impove your health.
Over the next 4 weeks we dare you to try the following 4 fitness strategies. Try to implement these healthy habits one week at a time and by the end of the month you may be surprised by what you have accomplished.
Here are some healthy ideas to try as a family
Who better to give advice than our very own culinary expert? Here are some of her tips for your kitchen:
Many high-fat recipes can be modified to be low fat and nutritious. Below are some examples of how to cut the fat and add more vitamins and minerals.
Here are some tips on how to save money at the grocery store and still eat healthy:
Most of you are experts when it comes to shopping for clothes, games, music and electronics. But what about shopping for food? Do you know what to look for? Should a melon make a certain sound when you tap it? How do you know when a pineapple is ripe?
Every teen should read this article about body image!