We recently got the opportunity to catch up with Mom’s Choice Award-winning author, Alexa Palmer to speak with her about her fabulous book, Jolene: Adventures of a Junk Food Queen! Read More
Children who help to grow vegetables are more likely to eat them, compared to children who don’t get involved in the growing process, according to research. This is so important as 93% of children don’t eat enough vegetables. Growing fresh produce with children is easily done and is a great way to have fun with your kids. So, what are the biggest health benefits associated with growing veg with your kids? Read More
For this interview, we had the pleasure of speaking with Cheryl Meyer, the author of the Mom’s Choice Award-winning books, It Feels Good to Feel Good, Learn to Eliminate Toxins, Reduce Inflammation and Feel Great Again and Feeling Good, Living Low Toxin. These books are so helpful to anyone who struggles to implement healthy habits and choices into their lives or feels overwhelmed by doing so. Cheryl’s books offer great insights on how to give your health a complete reset while making the steps to do so easy to understand and follow through with. Keep reading to find out more about Cheryl and her incredibly insightful books, It Feels Good to Feel Good, Learn to Eliminate Toxins, Reduce Inflammation and Feel Great Again and Feeling Good, Living Low Toxin. Read More
There is a new report out that baby and toddler foods from Big Food are often loaded with heavy toxic metals.
Leading baby food manufacturers knowingly sold products with high levels of toxic metals; a congressional investigation has found.
This helps explain why over 50% of our children have a chronic illness.
Toxic load = inflammation= chronic disease
Toxic metals interrupts health in our children. Read More
Hello, Mom’s Choice readers, and welcome to another installment of our interview series! For this interview, we were delighted to speak with the Mom’s Choice Award-winning author, Christina Myers. Christina Myers wrote The Little Boy Who Wouldn’t Eat Cheesecake, a timely tale about a preconceived notion being challenged and overcome before it’s too late. The Little Boy Who Wouldn’t Eat Cheesecake inspires selective eaters and young readers to try new recipes and promotes conversation about the food they did not enjoy in childhood and what happens when they finally try the foods for themselves. Keep reading to find out more about Christina Myers and how she came to write The Little Boy Who Wouldn’t Eat Cheesecake! Read More
It’s amazing just how fast kids grow. It’s another thing to see them go through phases of lack of appetite and resistance to food to becoming little food monsters. These healthy snacks ideas will help you always have something for everyone. Read More