Meals that have kid appeal can deliver the vitamins and minerals that growing bodies need. Here are some simple tips for trimming the fats from kids' favorite foods and packing them with more of the nutrients they need.
|Cooking Light Cooking Light magazine goes online with recipes for healthy living, plus grocery coupons and tips for feeding your family.|
|Meals for You This site contains extensive categories (including vegetarian, diabetic, and low fat meals) and the ability to search recipes by ingredient.|
|American Dietetic Association The American Dietetic Association offers nutrition news, tips, resources for consumers and dietitians, and a find-a-nutritionist search tool.|
|About Recipes for Kids With Celiac Disease These recipes are especially for kids who need a gluten-free diet. Kids who need a gluten-free diet must avoid foods that contain gluten, which is a type of protein found in many foods.|
|About Recipes for Kids With Diabetes These recipes are especially for kids with diabetes, but it can be a nutritious part of almost anyone's diet. Kids with diabetes may need to pay extra attention to the amount of carbohydrates they eat to maintain control of their blood sugar levels.|
|About Recipes for Kids With Lactose Intolerance These recipes are especially for kids with lactose intolerance. Kids with lactose intolerance often need to limit or avoid dairy products.|
|About Vegetarian Recipes These recipes are for anyone following a vegetarian (meat-free) diet.|
|Healthy Eating Good nutrition and a balanced diet help kids grow up healthy. Here's how to improve nutrition and encourage smart eating habits.|
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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