FOOD & DIET

FOOD & DIET

The quality and purity of a child’s food and diet are critical for their proper immune system and brain development.

Understand the lifelong impact of diet and nutrition: the benefits of nursing, the truth about formula and the damage food industry toxins and additives cause.

Are Cruciferous Vegetables Bad For Our Children Due To The Goitrogens They Contain?

By |June 20, 2013 |Categories: Karen Ranzi, Nutrition|Tags: |

There is much controversy surrounding the consumption of cruciferous vegetables.  Cruciferous vegetables are vegetables with flowers, such as broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and kale.  Some people believe that raw cruciferous vegetables are harmful to your health, [...]

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Health Benefits of Green Smoothies vs. Green Juices – Which One is Better for your Child?

By |May 15, 2013 |Categories: Diet, Karen Ranzi, Nutrition|Tags: |

Green smoothies have been a staple of vegetarian, vegan, raw food, and even more mainstream diets for decades, yet their powers are continuously questioned. The difference between a green smoothie and a green juice is [...]

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Extended Breastfeeding Associated With Anemia And What You Can Do

By |April 22, 2013 |Categories: Dr. R. Neustaedter, Natural Remedies, Nursing|Tags: , , , |

Introduction by SafBaby Co-Founders Sandra Blum and Samantha Fox Olson The following article about breastfeeding and anemia is written by our greatly respected Expert Health Adviser, Dr. Randall Neustaedter, OMD. A study published in the [...]

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The Connection Between Diet and Behavior in Young Children

By |March 20, 2013 |Categories: Developmental Disorders, Diet, Karen Ranzi, Nutrition, Toxins & Additives|Tags: , |

It has long been known that foods filled with sugar can cause children to become hyperactive, followed by a moody crash.  However, new research reveals that foods filled with dyes, preservatives and imitation flavors, [...]

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5 Healthy Habits For Families To Follow To Prevent Obesity

By |February 27, 2013 |Categories: Diet, Doreen Bolhuis, Illnesses & Infections, Wellbeing/Staying Healthy|Tags: , |

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over the last 30 years childhood obesity has doubled in children and tripled in teenagers.  In 2012, about a quarter of 2-5 year olds and [...]

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Sponsored Post: Discrete and Modern Design Nursing Cover And Giveaway!

By |February 14, 2013 |Categories: For Mom, Give Away, Nursing, Sponsored Posts|Tags: , , |

By SafBaby Founders Sandra Blum and Samantha Fox Olson FINALLY...the perfect nursing cover!   'Baby&Me' by organicKidz is the first nursing cover to allow mom and baby to maintain constant eye contact and the [...]

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This Nationally Respected Naturopathic & Homeopathic Pediatrician Is Someone You Want To Follow

By |January 14, 2013 |Categories: 0-1 yr, 1-3 yrs, 3-5 yrs, 5+ yrs, Diet, Dr. Murray Clarke, Illnesses & Infections, Natural Remedies, Nutrition, Wellbeing/Staying Healthy|Tags: |

By Safe Baby Healthy Child Founders Sandra Blum and Samantha Fox Olson Dr. Murray Clarke, ND., D.Hom., L.Ac. offers a priceless contribution to our Safe Baby Healthy Child readers! We interviewed him for [...]

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Vitamin C and Ascorbic Acid – Absorption From Food vs. Supplements

By |September 27, 2012 |Categories: Dr. Murray Clarke, Nutrition, Wellbeing/Staying Healthy|Tags: , |

In today's world, Vitamin C continues as the superstar in the natural health industry. In recent years it has become an even more critical nutrient due to its extremely important function as both an [...]

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