We shared these four simple, delicious, and healthy back-to-school ideas during our in-store demonstration at Whole Foods Market Bradburn/Westminster on Aug 18, 2015. Make Your Own Hummus (and Make it Your Own) with assorted and colorful … Continue reading →
I got an email from a friend and reader recently. She’d seen a blog post on another site that asked “How many nights a week do your kids eat the same things as you do?” All of the comments were … Continue reading →
Today, I’ve got part one of my Healthy Eating for Families talk video!
I gave this talk for the Rocky Mountain Parents As Teachers group, and it was a ton of fun. I covered three simple strategies for getting your families to eat healthier, and this video covers the first strategy: eat real food.
The video quality is not great, but the audio is just fine, so it gets the message across! What do you think? Can you commit to swapping out ONE processed food your family eats now for something closer to real food? Let me know in the comments below, and please share this video with your friends.
I was working on a printed version of my blank Mix & Match Meal Chart to give to some parenting groups here in Colorado, and I was writing up a list of ways to use the blank chart when I … Continue reading →
Autumn is here: do you know what your kids will be eating? If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time now, you’ve probably heard me talk about the Mix & Match Rule. (If you haven’t heard about … Continue reading →
I had such a fantastic time chatting with Manisha from IndianFoodRocks.com on our Hangout last Wednesday. Click play to watch the whole interview below! Wasn’t that awesome? If you enjoyed this interview, take action and leave a comment below with … Continue reading →
It’s one of the most important lessons we all try to teach our children: don’t lie. Yet, as mommies (and probably daddies too, though I don’t have any firsthand experience!) we are guilty of lying all the time. Oh, maybe … Continue reading →