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  • Is It Picky Eating or Something More Serious?

    Is It Picky Eating or Something More Serious?0

    By Laura Roias As some parents can attest, “picky eating” is extremely common among children of all ages. Some kids may love green vegetables, others don’t. Some may despise the soft texture of oatmeal. Others might only eat bread if there’s peanut butter on it. And some might prefer a diet confined to mac and

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  • Making Lunch Fun and Healthy: Back-to-School Bento Boxes

    Making Lunch Fun and Healthy: Back-to-School Bento Boxes0

    By Alyson Gregory Let’s set the record straight: You don’t need to be able to carve emojis out of sticky rice and prawns, parent a child who will eat exotic foods, or even understand what a Pokémon is in order to get in on the fun and hop on the bento bus! In fact, if

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  • Healthy Protein Options For Kids Who Dislike Dairy

    Healthy Protein Options For Kids Who Dislike Dairy0

    “My 8-year-old doesn’t like to drink white milk, nor does he like cheese or yogurt. I’m concerned he may not be getting enough protein. Aside from meat, are there other protein sources I can offer? Also, he will drink chocolate milk, but I was wondering if the added sugar makes that nutritionally a bad move.”

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  • Six ways to eat local throughout the winter

    Six ways to eat local throughout the winter0

    It is possible to stick with your local eating principles throughout New England winters. It just takes some creative planning, a willingness to eat a bit with the seasons, a touch of culinary curiosity, and a sense of adventure. Eating local is good for the environment, the economy, and your health. While nothing can replicate

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