Serving family-style meals when there are food allergies
Dinner challenges with food allergies
In an ideal situation, kids would be offered a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, protein sources (animal or plant), healthy fats and whole grains everyday, in a no-pressure, comfortable, reliable setting. Treats or desserts would be included from time to time in moderate amounts. Foods would not be used to reward or punish behavior. Children would learn to serve themselves and listen to satiety signals from their bodies.
Ten tips for feeding healthy kids
Healthy choices for eating on-the-go
Today I am starting a mini-series on how to feed a healthy home. I get many questions about picky eaters, healthy food choices for kids, eating on the go and meal planning. I am going to address meal planning first as I think it is an important first step for anyone trying to be healthy. […]
There are six people in our house with a variety of food allergies and aversions. Three of the kids have food allergies, none of which overlap. The fourth kid is incredibly picky with a very strong sense of smell. So how can we all eat together at dinner??? When the kids were small, we figured […]