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Eat Seasonably – PUMPKIN

It’s October, which means pumpkins are everywhere! The symbol of Halloween appears in a range of hues from white to yellow to iconic orange and is known to be low in calories, a good source of fiber, and an excellent source of vitamin A. Don’t forget about the seeds! Pumpkin seeds are an excellent source...Read More ›

Eat Seasonably – KALE

There is nothing like fresh fruits and vegetables during peak season. Check out our “Eat Seasonably” feature where we will share health tips, preparation tricks, and new recipes featuring the best of the season’s produce. This cruciferous vegetable packs a variety of health benefits, including vitamins A, C and K, filling fiber and free radical-fighting antioxidants....Read More ›

When Can I Start Giving My Baby Solid Foods?

When it comes to starting solid foods there is no shortage of information available to parents. But often times, parents will find themselves reading advice that contradicts something they else they had just read. To help us determine what to actually believe, read along and get FEED founder and Registered Dietitian, Lara Field’s expert advice and...Read More ›

Kitchen Tools for Quick Weeknight Dinners

No need to get fancy when preparing a quick and nutrient-dense dinner! A few basic kitchen tools are all you need to get dinner on the table in no time. Read on for FEED’s favorite kitchen provisions for a delicious and nutritious weeknight dinner: 1. Cutting Board and Chef’s Knife  The most basic tools for...Read More ›

Dinner in No Time: Pocket Stew

Get grilling with these pocket stew dinners from FEED! Easy foil packets are perfect for this time of year when summer’s slowing down and your time is spent soaking up the sun. Cooking food in a foil packet is a sure-fire way to get dinner on the table in no time– and with almost no clean-up:...Read More ›

Feeding Toddlers – 5 Tips to Manage Picky Eaters

Picky eater on your hands? Good news! You are not alone! In fact, this is one of the biggest challenges in raising children.  As parents, we simply want our kids to grow, receive proper nourishment, and gain the nutrition important for a healthy development. However, kids have an alternative agenda, and they make it known!...Read More ›

Five Healthy Homemade Popsicles

Summer’s heating up! Cool down with these fresh and fruity popsicles you can make at home. Forget the store bought stuff. These sweet treats are full of nutrient dense ingredients making them the ultimate afternoon snack or post-dinner dessert: Kiwi Coconut Chia Popsicles Get a double dose of fiber from the fiber and chia seeds...Read More ›

Eat Seasonably– PEACHES

For a limited time only, peaches are in season! Each summer this juicy fruit ripens to hues of white, pink, orange and yellow to be plucked for our enjoyment. One large fuzzy fruit contains a healthy dose of vitamin C, vitamin A, potassium and fiber. Sweeten up your summer with this delicious fruit:   Health...Read More ›

Avocado Four Ways

Whether you like it on top of toast, a salad, a burger, or solo, rest assured, adding avocado increases the nutrient density of your meal. One cup provides 40% of your daily value of dietary fiber, 39% of vitamin K, 30% of folate, and 25% of vitamin C. Avocado is packed with healthy fats. A study on the...Read More ›