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Blog Articles (Baby & Kids)

How to Playfully Prepare Your Kid’s Food (and Satisfy Picky Eaters)
How to Playfully Prepare Your Kid’s Food (and Satisfy Picky Eaters)
For a parent, few things are more frustrating or worrisome than mealtimes with a picky eater. You may spend so much time thinking up fun dinner ideas, only to see your child turn their nose up at what you painstakingly prepared. You may have even just given up, with [read more]
How Supplements Can Help Your Child
How Supplements Can Help Your Child
These days, it may be tempting to go the quick and easy route when it comes to your child’s meals. Processed, ready-to-fry meals seem heaven-sent for harried parents and these packaged supermarket staples are eagerly gobbled down by kids. Meanwhile, healthier m [read more]
How Much Should Your Child Be Eating?
How Much Should Your Child Be Eating?
Kids’ nutrition is very important as the nutrients they get are a big factor in their growth and development. We all know that kids should be getting a balanced diet, but what exactly does that mean? The Straits Times, a newspaper in Singapore, published an in [read more]
Zero-Waste Lunchbox Ideas for Kids
Zero-Waste Lunchbox Ideas for Kids
Reusable straws made of stainless steel, glass, or bamboo are all the rage nowadays, in large part because of a widely circulated video of a turtle with a plastic straw stuck up its nose. But plastic straws are just a small part of a much larger problem and an injure [read more]
Healthy Food Swaps for Kids (Plus Tips for a Pantry Makeover)
Healthy Food Swaps for Kids (Plus Tips for a Pantry Makeover)
People normally find chubby kids adorable but the rising rate of childhood obesity is anything but cute. A study published in The Lancet reports that in 2016, there were 124 million obese children and adolescents versus just 11 million in 1975 worldwide. The numbers [read more]
Brain-Building Foods for Children to Help Them Stay Sharp
Brain-Building Foods for Children to Help Them Stay Sharp
Pregnant women are normally advised to take folate (or folic acid, a type of Vitamin B) to help with the baby’s brain and spinal cord development. But while it’s important for babies to get this nutrient in utero, there are a host of other nutrients they [read more]