Buddy Fruits: The Case of the Missing Fruit

Buddy Fruits: The Case of the Missing Fruit

This is a guest blog post by Dr. Dina R. Rose From the files of It Is Sold as Fruit, But It Will Teach Your Kids to Crave Candy… I came across these in the grocery store, and I couldn’t stop myself … Continue reading

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Do Something New: The Sane Approach to Solving Your Child’s Picky Eating Problem

Do Something New: The Sane Approach to Solving Your Child’s Picky Eating Problem

This is a guest blog post by Dr. Dina R. Rose If you want your children to change how they eat, you’re going to have to change how you interact with them around food. That might sound like the most obvious … Continue reading

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The Bad News about Healthy Lunches

The Bad News about Healthy Lunches

This is a guest blog post by Dr. Dina R. Rose I’m going to suggest something radical:  Don’t worry about packing a healthy school lunch. I’m not suggesting you send your kids off to school with Devil Dogs and Twinkies. But … Continue reading

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Serve Veggies First

Serve Veggies First

A quick one today. Studies have shown that serving raw vegetables or vegetable soup as an appetizer increases children’s veggie consumption. Raw carrots, tomato soup, cherry tomatos, edamame… Read the full story on Dr. Dina Rose’s blog It’s Not About … Continue reading

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It’s Not About Nutrition

It’s Not About Nutrition

One of our favorite blogs is Dr. Dina Rose’s aptly named, It’s Not About Nutrition. You see, Dr. Rose does not come from the medical or nutrition fields, rather Sociology. She is a food sociologist (see below). And yet, each … Continue reading

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