Children’s diets should not exceed 2,300 milligrams of sodium a day, so parents need to be extra careful about reading labels and choosing the lowest sodium options.
Too much milk can lead to health problems such as iron deficiency anemia and protein loss from the gut.
Eating lots of colorful, fiber-rich veggies can help cultivate a healthy microbiome that will aid our bodies in the fight against COVID-19.
We all know that eating fruits and vegetables is important. But how do you get a child to add more of these foods to their diet?
A team composed of a physician, dietitian and therapist are best qualified to help with a teen that won’t stop eating.