More stories about "Kids' Nutrition"

Your Diet May Affect Your Baby's Health

What you eat during and after pregnancy may affect your child in the long run.

Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids May Promote Brain Development in Kids

Young kids may benefit from seafoods which are rich in Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids.

Omega-3 May Give Kids an Academic Boost

Researchers recommend serving kids a variety of fish and seafood at least twice a week.

More and More Kids Are Being Diagnosed with High Blood Pressure and Type 2 Diabetes

Children become more prone to chronic conditions as they become increasingly obese.

Too Much TV Linked to Juvenile Obesity

Screened devices have turned children more sedentary, but researchers say that television may be the biggest culprit.

Including Fruits and Vegetables in School Cafeteria Menus May Encourage Kids to Eat Healthy

Good school food, as well as a balanced baon from home, may be the key in increasing children's intake of healthy food.

Healthier Snacks Like Cheese and Vegetables May Lessen Kids' Calorie Intake

Research shows that a serving of cheesy veggies may sate children's hunger more.

Having Family Meals May Increase Kids' Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

New research suggests that eating together as a family is both emotionally and physically healthy for children.

Get Your Tweens and Teens to Take Vitamins to Boost Physical Performance

Regular intake of iron and vitamins can boost an adolescent's physical performance, according to a recent study.