As we ring out 2013, and ring in 2014, it’s fun to look back on the most popular posts of the year on The Nourished Child.
In case you missed them, here are the most popular posts of the past year:
This is still an oft-requested meal in my home. Simple to make and delicious to eat!
Not as “hot” a topic as it used to be, the world has calmed down about chocolate milk. Maybe folks have gotten the message that chocolate milk is high in nutrition with a little bit of added sugar?
Parents are always looking for fresh ideas and how to get variety into their kids eating. This handout was featured in a Breakfast Makeover article in Scholastic Parent and Child magazine.
Many people don’t realize that early feeding can make or break food preferences and eating habits—healthy or not.
I was reminded by a couple of pediatricians that they were, in fact, on top of nutrition. Is yours?
Looking for some new ideas for snack time? Check these out!
Teens can change things up just like a toddler—though parents aren’t expecting it—even me!
This post struck a chord with many readers—do you keep tight control over sweets and seconds?
A basic foundation recipe for making any type of vegetable soup—tasty, healthy and easy!
What was your favorite post of 2013?
Written by: Jill Castle, MS, RDN
Published on: December 30, 2013
Updated on: May 9, 2019