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Does Hiding Vegetables Help?

June 13th, 2014 | By: Sydney Loney
Our experts weigh in on whether the stealth approach is the best way to deal with picky eaters
Does Hiding Vegetables Help?

It’s frustrating when your baby turns her nose up at sweet potato puree, or your toddler pushes his peas and carrots off the plate. But is it okay to hide vegetables, just to get your child to eat them?

Expert Tips For Picky Eaters

December 3rd, 2013 | By: Sydney Loney
Five fun (and surprising!) expert tips to help even the pickiest eaters eat healthy
Expert Tips For Picky Eaters

Plain pasta with butter? Grilled cheese? Chicken fingers and fries? If these are your child’s three favourite food groups, here are some easy, expert tricks you can try – guaranteed to tempt even the pickiest eater!

Does your Baby have Colic?

August 27th, 2011 | By: Elizabeth Pantley
Your guide to coping with a colicky baby
Does your Baby have Colic?

Few things are more stressful than an inconsolable baby. If your baby cries for hours on end and you’re ready to tear out your hair, it could be colic. Here’s what you can do.

Introducing New Foods

August 27th, 2011 | By: Sydney Loney
Getting your kids to eat more than pasta and cheese
Introducing New Foods

Toddlers often turn up their noses at unfamiliar foods, but it’s important not to give up, says Lianne Phillipson-Webb, founder of Sprout Right Nutrition in Toronto. Here’s how to get your children eating new foods that are both fun and nutritious.

Do Your Nipples Hurt When you Nurse?

August 26th, 2011 | By: Nancy Ripton
Your guide to pain-free breastfeeding
Do Your Nipples Hurt When you Nurse?

You've proably been told (over and over) that "breast is best," but it's hard to bond with your baby if breastfeeding is painful. If your nipples hurt, it's usually because of a bad latch, says Dr. Jack Newman, head of the Newman Breastfeeding Clinic in Toronto. Here's how to get the right latch to up your odds of breastfeeding success.