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Inviting kids into the kitchen to help you cook can be a great way to create quality together time and help your child learn and refine some basic skills.
It may take a little flexibility and prep work, but time in the kitchen with your preschooler can be a culinary adventure you'll both enjoy.
To eat well during pregnancy, your extra calories should come from nutritious foods that contribute to your baby's growth and development.
Some fats are good for kids and an important part of a healthy diet. Here's what parents should know.
Toddlers have little tummies, so serve foods that are packed with the nutrients they need to grow healthy and strong, and limit the sweets and empty calories.
Whether you've chosen to breastfeed or bottle-feed your baby, your infant will let you know when it's time to eat.
Is your baby is ready for solid foods? Learn how and when to get started.
At this age, babies start to explore table foods.
These guidelines on breastfeeding and bottle feeding can help you know what's right for you and your baby.
Many appetizing foods are also good sources of fiber - from fruits to whole-grain cereals. Here are ways to help kids get more fiber in their everyday diets.