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How tall will your child be? How do you get them there?

Protein and nutrients are important for your child’s final height. This study of over 4000 kids found that children who drank milk versus non-dairy drinks were shorter. The researchers projected that a child who drinks 3 cups (24 ounces or … Continue reading

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The Drink Pyramid

The Drink Pyramid is a nice way to think about what you drink. Check it out here    

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Eliminating Foods in Food Allergy

Food Allergy Research and Education has the information you need if you want to better understand the difference between food allergies and intolerance, or if your child has been diagnosed with a food allergy and you need to eliminate specific foods … Continue reading

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Resolution: 1

Resolutions are great. The problem is we almost always set our expectations too high. We are going to eat right, get active, straighten up and fly right. And as soon as we fail, we feel terrible. We give up. Instead, … Continue reading

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Not Milk? Soy Rice Almond Coconut

What’s milk? Technically, it’s produced in the mammary glands for its intended recipient: the calf, kid, or human. We are the only species that drinks the milk of another, and nutritionally, that’s because milk combines protein, fat, sugar, vitamins and … Continue reading

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