One of the biggest hurdles to feeding your child healthy food is not enough time. Follow these time-saving tips for eating healthy:
There were probably days during your pregnancy when you thought your body couldn't possibly expand any further. But, incredibly, it did. And then you discovered that everything doesn't just miraculously deflate once your baby is born. Fortunately, getting back into shape post-baby is possible. Here's how:
When you're trying to shop for healthy foods for your family, it's easy to fall for products emblazoned with marketing buzzwords such as "fortified" and "sugar-free." But many foods that appear to be good for you are actually the opposite. Here's how to decode product labels to help you select the healthiest foods on store shelves.
After childbirth, I was amazed by how much my stomach looked like a deflated balloon. If this is happening to you too, don't panic–your uterus will naturally contract back to its pre-pregnancy shape a few weeks after you give birth. But this alone is not enough to get your pre-pregnancy body back.
Tired of making separate meals for everyone in the family? Try these healthy, homemade meals by Aviva Goldfarb, author of The Six O'Clock Scramble. They’re simple, creative, healthy, unprocessed and kid-friendly without being adult alienating – so tasty even Oprah’s a fan!
The crunch has long been synonymous with strong, attractive abs. Now researchers have found that not only is the crunch not the best way to train your core, crunches may even damage your back.
Your promise to yourself may have been to get your pre-baby body back, or simply to lead a healthier lifestyle in 2012, but chances are you’ve already fallen off the fitness bandwagon. Most people fall short of their New Year's resolutions before the end of February, but that doesn't have to happen to you.
If you've discovered that those extra pregnancy pounds don't just magically disappear after your baby is born, this article is for you. Here's how to get back in shape post pregnancy:
After giving birth, many moms assume those first pounds will melt off in days. But some women can hold onto weight for up to a month after giving birth. Here’s why your body may not look like Heidi Klum’s the week after you deliver: