Focusing on your little one’s wellbeing, here’s where we discuss topics like developmental milestones, nutritional recommendations, staying healthy, and balanced and nutritious diets.
Don’t we as parents always strive to serve our kids a variety of healthy foods? Our grocery shopping strategy is actually the most important step in this process. Read More
You know that feeling you get, the one where you could swear your little one has grown overnight, and well it's probably based more on reality than you think. Children grow at an unbelievable rate. As much as we love them when they are tiny, and oh so adorable, they are simply little growing machines. Read More
You’ve all heard about the 70, 30 rule right? The rule states that your fitness journey should be 70% focused on nutrition and 30% on exercise. Read More
Do you dread going grocery shopping with your child? Does he love to run up and down the aisle, or continuously beg for sweets? I can perfectly understand that a simple grocery trip can feel like a major expedition with a toddler and it can definitely Read More
When growing up, the reason why we drank milk was clear: It was good for you and your parents told you to drink it (which you did or defiantly didn't), end of story. Since then, researchers have been taking a closer look at the benefits of dairy products, Read More
Moms, don’t we all want to give our toddlers the best of everything from the day they're born to help them grow into healthy and happy adults? I’m happy to share some tips on how to make a difference in their lives and instill healthy habits from an early age. Read More
Hi! I’m Sarah, a food loving, health promoting nutritionist and a blessed mother of a wonderful 2 years and a half old son. Nutrition, mainly child nutrition is my food for thoughts on a daily basis and has instilled a passion within me to raise a healthy family and develop their love for healthy fresh foods. But I don’t eat “perfectly” and neither do my family. Our eating habits are works of progress, just like we are. Read More