Download our Low FODMAPs Recipe Kit: https://feedtosucceed.com/fodmap-recipes/ Lots of kids struggle with frequent gas, bloating, diarrhea, heartburn, and constipation. Often, they’ve become afraid to eat. They realize foods make their symptoms flare up, but don’t know why or what foods set them off. One day, theyRead more →
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What to pack, or should I send? Do you have a plan for feeding your kids, in OR out of school? In this episode, Betsy and Jen discuss eating lunch during the COVID-19 school day, including tips and suggestions for keeping it healthy, whether your kids areRead more →
Have you felt as if you have had a hard time staying healthy during quarantine? Us too! In this episode, Betsy and Jen discuss how to eat well and stay active while stuck at home and strategies you can use to help yourself stay on track whenRead more →
http:/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nIr3Li1CkCA Betsy and Jen discuss at home gardening. Did you know that even this late in the summer, there is still time to plant vegetables and have them ready to eat in the fall? You can hear all about that, Jen’s indoor LED light gardens, and moreRead more →
It’s not uncommon when kids and teens decide to be vegetarian or vegan. Many factors go into these thoughts, from environmental costs, to animal rights, and health! Young people are often thinking and experimenting with new ideas, and vegetarian diets CAN be healthy… if done well.Read more →
Did you know that the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team’s favorite pre-game breakfast is pancakes? With the recent victory of the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team, read on to find out more about nutrition for soccer and check out our power-up pancake recipe. Soccer is an endurance sport requiringRead more →
School stomachs eat around the same time daily. Whereas summer stomachs may be on a total free for all. A few weeks ago, a mother made a comment during her child’s nutrition assessment, “I told my kids to bring their school stomachs home for the summer.” ThisRead more →