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Host Marti

Welcome to the your kids' nutrition board!

I just wanted to welcome everyone to our new and improved boards.  I think that everyone will love the new updated boards, they are so easy to navigate and to read. 
I am Marti and I will be here to help you with any questions you might have and to enjoy the boards with you!  Please let me know any suggestions or feedback you might have.  If there are any great boards we should add, I would love to hear what you think.
Again, welcome and I look forward to getting to know everyone soon.

anma2002in's picture


Just wanted to know does Omega 3 amd Omega 6 make a difference in speed of the child. Is there any specific food which is good for children.

junieg's picture

Check out EyeQ on the web. My son has ADD and Asperger's and it made a big difference to him. It has had good results in children who have conditions like this. 

zeezo's picture

my child don;t like to eat vegtables at all

junieg's picture

It's not always easy to get your child to eat fruit and vegetables, but you can try disguising them in other foods if necessary. I had problems with one of my children and I used to do things like make vegetable curries, puree them and add the chicken that he likes. Making smoothies is a good way to get them to eat fruit. Blend the fruit and put it through a sieve so there are no lumps. I don't know how old your child is, but young children have more taste buds than adults and some veg can taste really bitter to them. Try concentrating on things which have a sweeter flavour such as carrots, peas etc. Use bits of vegetable to make 'faces' etc on the plate. 

lanie's picture

Jessica Seinfeld, yes, Jerry's wife, has just written a new book entitled, Deceptively Delicious; Simple Secrets To Getting Your Kids To Eat Good Food.  The book is published by Harper Collins, costs $24.95, and is terrific.  In it she discusses nutrition, obesity and our obsession with packaged and fast food.  Her recipies for hiding vegetables in fun and interesting ways are well worth the cost of the book in my opinion.  We are in the process of ordering several copies for use in our lending library.