Meals, Snacks, Memories, and Magic
One look at many foods intended for your children and there it is: massive quantities of sugar and other unhealthy additives. Even conscious consumers can find these ingredients difficult to avoid. Our busy, modern times also make it less likely that families take the time to enjoy the powerful bonding that sharing food creates. Fortunately, the editors at Parents now bring you the special edition "Feeding Your Family," a clear and powerful guide to making the most of mealtime. Begin this healthy, heartfelt transformation at its core with the chapter "The Case for the Family Meal," and then extend it to what's possible with your picky eater in "Real Kids Do Eat Quinoa" and "The Recipe Boxes." Then explore "The Joy of Eating," and visit "@FoodBabyNY" while sharing "An Outdoor Feast." Next, recalibrate the rules to "Make Peace with Kid Food," better negotiate "Dinnertime Discipline," and "Double the Number of Foods Your Kid Will Eat." Lastly, there's even a helpful, practical "Parent's Guide to the Grocery Store" and tips on "How to Shop the Organic Aisle." Let "Feeding Your Family" help you improve the health of those important to you and strengthen the essential loving bonds that will continue for generations.