Making sure kids -- and adults -- eat nutritious meals has never been more important. Here are some easy ways to sneak in good foods, vitamins, and fiber without them knowing the difference.

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I Tried Home Chef's Skinnytaste Meals—Here's Why They're Perfect for Families Who Want to Eat Clean
This month, Home Chef and Skinnytaste are offering customers 12 different healthy options on the menu. The meals are easy, flavorful, filling, and packed with clean ingredients.
EPA Bans Pesticide That May Be Harmful to Children
The controversial chemical has been used on dozens of food crops. Here's what parents should know.
7 Low-Cost, Super Healthy Veggies to Add to Your Kids' Meals
Adding more vegetables to your family's diet doesn't have to cost a fortune. Here are some of the most nutritious and affordable vegetables to add to your grocery list, according to experts.
Skip the Sugar Completely For Babies and Toddlers, Says New Report
For the first time, the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans will include advice for feeding babies and toddlers. A new report gives a peek at what they might include (spoiler: peanut is in, sugar is out!).
Is Grass-Fed Milk Actually Healthier?
Grass-fed milk is a rapidly growing category with a fresh-from-the-farm name that sounds worthy of superfood status. But is it, really?
How Junk Food Could Help Your Picky Eater
We’re often so focused on getting our kids to eat vegetables that we forget it’s perfectly normal to go for dishes that taste good. Here’s why you should stress less about the fries and pizza and accept that happy meals can be healthy.

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What to Say to a Picky Eater
If you haven't had any luck convincing your child to try new foods, you may be doing it wrong. Here's what you should be saying to your picky eater to get them to eat.
You Shouldn't Pressure Your Child To Eat New Foods, Study Says
Frustrated by your picky eaters? A new study says pressuring them to try something new (or to eat just three more bites!) doesn't help.
How Plant-Based Milks Compare to Cow's Milk for Kids

Nutritionists weigh in on how the milks stack up against one another. Don’t give a toddler or a preschooler more than 2 cups of any kind of milk a day, because it may make him too full to eat what’s on his plate.