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When Kids Make the Right Choice

In the childhood-nutrition world, tongues are wagging about a new survey showing that the West Virginia kids that celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is cooking for in his new show actually prefer their old standards rather than the healthy new fare he is offering. This result is bringing out all kinds of cynics and gloaters, with […]

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Should dessert be a reward?

You’ve heard the advice countless times: Don’t offer dessert as a reward for your kids. Don’t hold it out as something they “get” to eat when they’re finished with their peas, don’t present it as an award when they’ve finished a big homework assignment, and don’t use it as an incentive to shape unrelated behavioral […]

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Yes, it’s National Frozen Food Month

We had heard that March was National Nutrition Month, which is great news for Jolly Tomato, but it wasn’t until we opened the colorful advertising circulars in the Sunday paper that we realized it was National Frozen Food Month as well. We found ourselves oddly mesmerized by the picture of the family happily digging into […]

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Snack for Thought

Do we let our kids snack too much? That’s what we’ve been wondering, after reading this new study on children’s snacking habits and this nifty little commentary on our “snacking nation.” As Jennifer Steinhauer memorably puts it, “Apparently, we have collectively decided as a culture that it is impossible for children to take part in […]

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