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Sneaky Ways to Up the Fiber in Your Kid's Food

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You know the drill on fiber benefits for adults: regularity, eliminating toxins, blood sugar control, keeping you full and keeping hunger at bay and lowering cholesterol naturally. But what about children? The benefits are the same, yet have you ever tried to convince your kid to eat prunes or lima beans?


Healthy Lunches That Pack a Punch

Concerned about what's in your kid's lunch? Check out expert tips on how to make sure your kids are eating right at school.


Kids Say Cereal with Cartoon Packaging Tastes Better

Oh, greeeeeeeeeeeeaaaat. It looks like Tony the Tiger, Toucan Sam and Snap, Crackle and Pop aren't going to mascot heaven anytime soon. A new study proves that kids think cereal with cartoon characters on the box taste better.


Help! My Baby Won't Eat!

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I have a 1-year-old who only wants to drink her bottle and eat sweet potatoes from a little pot. She does not like anything cut up small so she can pick it up with her fingers. I have tried everything from mango to peas to carrots. Help!


MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell Cooks Up 'Baby Love'

Baby Love
Somehow, MSNBC's chief Washington correspondent, Norah O'Donnell, and her chef and restaurant-owner husband, Geoff Tracy, found time to write a cookbook for kids. Good thing, too, because finally there's a realistic and easy guide for millions of busy parents who are looking for healthier, cost-effective and delicious meals for their little ones!


Chocolate Milk: Yay or Nay?

Chocolate Milk

Like many parents, I've found that trying to get my kids to drink regular milk is an exercise in futility. So is chocolate milk a yay or a nay?


Yes, You CAN Grill Pizza!

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Grilling season shouldn't mean the end of the family pizza night. ML food expert Susannah Locketti shows you how to take your pizzas to the next level by making them on the grill! Yummm!


Ban the Kids' Menu?!

Kid's Menu

Nicola Marzovilla thinks that children's menus are the death of civilization. You know the ones he's talking about, with the standard fare of macaroni and cheese, cheeseburgers and maybe (if you're lucky) spaghetti with marinara sauce. Moms, are you ready to do away with children's menus for good?