Nutrition plays a huge role in how strong your child's teeth and bones form. You can help your kids develop and grow by encouraging healthy foods in their diet. The right foods can help teeth and enamel stay strong and healthy. Here are some common foods that can help with your children's oral health.
If what the media would have you believe were true, carbohydrates are bad for everyone, athlete and non-athlete alike. The truth, says a top sports nutritionist, is that all the hype about carbs doesn't apply to athletes.
In celebration of March as National Nutrition Month, a team of nutritionists and dietitians has launched the Fuel Your Dreams public service
campaign to help parents motivate their
kids to tie the benefits of healthy food choices to being the best they
can be. The program educates families about nutritional health using its Kid Kritics ApprovedTM Seal, so that parents can quickly find foods that are "kid approved" (taste good) and meet firm nutrition guidelines.
Top strength and conditioning trainer Mike Boyle echoes the advice of more and more nutrition experts in talking nutrition with 4-time Olympic medalist Angela Ruggiero: less carbs, more high quality protein.
The conventional wisdom about diet over the last thirty years - that a low fat and high-carbohydrate diet is optimum
for weight control, general health, and athletic performance, is under increasing assault by those who recommend precisely the opposite.
The American College of Sports Medicine
2013 Annual Meeting was chock-full of useful nutrition information. In the second in a series of articles, sports nutritionist Nancy Clark discusses some
additional research findings from the meeting.
We all know how sinfully delicious Halloween can be. Your little goblins may go wild for treats on October 31st, but that doesn't mean you, and your family's healthy diet have to! Here are six tips from the experts at the Pritikin Longevity Center for having a healthy Halloween.