So, your child wants to be a vegetarian or maybe was never really into meat from the start? No worries, being a vegetarian is very healthy and a relatively easy adjustment into your lifestyle. While your whole family doesn’t have to become vegetarian, you can all benefit from participating in “meatless Mondays” or simply learning more about new foods. Vegetarianism is a healthy choice; instead of fighting it, embrace your child’s wishes.
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Harvard Medical School released a study regarding diet and fertility explaining that, while there are uncontrollable factors that affect fertility, such as age or genetics, there are also controllable factors, such as specific foods you should be eating and also avoiding, in order to improve fertility.
With some simple diet changes and a little inside knowledge on fertility, women and men can tip the fertility scale in their favor.
Here are the best super foods for both males and females to help boost fertility.
With Halloween right around the corner, dinner ideas might be the last thing on your mind. With last minute costume alterations, stocking up on treats to hand out to trick-or-treaters, planning snacks for classroom events and purchasing decorations for your own party, you probably haven’t even thought about what you’re going to serve for dinner on Halloween night.
Skincare is a $121 billion industry, and the demand for anti-aging products is quickly becoming the top selling aspect of all skincare lines. That’s not much of a surprise, being that we are all searching for a way to slow the signs of aging without having to poke and prod our skin, and all without having to break the bank.
But as much as we want our faces to look decades younger, the fact is that we are moms who have little-to-no time to sit and ponder about how to begin the anti-aging process. We need something that requires minimal time and energy, without feeling the guilt of adding a burden to the family’s financial budget.
With that in mind, today we’ll introduce you to Silk Therapeutics.
Taco Tuesday! So much fun to say, but after several weeks in a row with little to no variation, what once was novel becomes mundane. It’s time to spice up your Tuesday night repertoire! We’ve gathered six delicious Tex-Mex recipes (including three soups) that will get dinner on the table in no time at all, won’t make too many messy dishes, and will satisfy everyone’s taste buds!
There are lots of vegetarian chili recipes floating around the Internet — but trust us when we say: this is the only one you need!
This chili is quick, versatile, freezable and kid friendly — not to mention packed with veggies, protein and inexpensive, easy-to-find ingredients. Black beans take the place of ground beef, sweet and yukon gold potatoes add creaminess and texture, and fire-roasted corn and tomatoes pack a punch of flavor! Kids will love dipping tortilla chips into this hearty, thick chili; but you can also garnish with cilantro and avocado to elevate it into a dinner-party-worthy meal.
Breastfeeding moms everywhere will be rejoicing over this guide. Here at Daily Mom, we have compiled some amazing breastfeeding essentials in honor of Breastfeeding Awareness month. When you commit to breastfeeding you know that generally comes with the spared expense of formula. However, what you might not know is just how many other little products may be beneficial, if not crucial to the success of your breastfeeding. After scouring high and low for the best and most unique products, here are our “essentials”!
Before we even begin, we would like to note that when we speak about malnutrition we are not, by any means, talking about starving your child. What we are discussing is the fact that some children may eat a diet that contains an adequate amount of calories but lack the nutrients they need. With that said, this post is meant to educate parents on the vitamins and minerals that your children truly need.
As mothers and parents we do just about every single thing we can possibly think of to make sure our children are in a good, healthy environment. Sometimes things happen that we cannot control. Sometimes our children catch the flu, or fall and hurt themselves. Sometimes even with our best efforts put forth, our little children can suffer from nutritional deficiencies . Some of you may have already experienced this, but for those of you who have not, we want to educate you on some of the signs of nutritional deficiencies.
To eat or not to eat? That is the question! Some of us have probably pondered this question, and some of us may not even have the slightest idea why someone would want to eat their placenta. While most mammals on land consume their placenta following birth, humans are one of the few that do not regularly eat their placenta. More recently, placenta consumption has been discussed and researched, proving there may be several reasons why most mammals thrive from eating their placenta.
Looking to add more to your family’s diet in a quick and easy way? Don’t have time to cook a breakfast every morning, yet still wish to indulge in a balanced wholesome meal? Hemp protein may be your solution! Adding a simple and organic hemp protein to your routine can save you time and add many benefits a typical breakfast would not have. Arm yourself with knowledge about this super-food and learn how incorporate it into your family with a tasty recipe.
Though the number of breast feeding mothers is on the rise, it will not always be an option for every family. Thankfully, there are formulas readily available to help nourish or supplement your infant. Plus, there is even a Do-It-Yourself option for the family looking to customize their infant’s diet.
For a quick weeknight addition to your little one’s meal, head to your pantry for tomato sauce, bread crumbs, and black beans. Mix in a few fresh ingredients, let little chefs help you do the mixing, and in no time you’ll have a high-protein, kid-approved muffin.
Are you looking for a fun, nutritious toddler treat, perfect for summer time? Look no further than this easy recipe that is sure to have your toddler begging for more.
Whether your child is staying with your mother-in-law, at a daycare, or is in school, you want him to have the healthiest lunch possible. Often, the food that is available at schools, daycare, and summer camps are not nutritionally valuable and are nothing compared to the foods you serve at home. So why not pack lunches? Here are some helpful tips for packing lunches that are not only healthy, but good for the environment as well.
Jars of baby food take up far too much precious pantry space. Or even worse, you need to go on an all day outing that requires packing all that food in your already over-packed bag. Save space and add flavor and nutrient diversity with the alternative to traditional baby food, NurturMe.