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Good Sense Eating

Got sauerkraut? Good for the gut

Good Sense Eating: Fermented foods can boost your family’s immune system. Comment.

Case of the disappearing candy

Good Sense Eating: What happens when one mom decides to let her children eat as much Halloween candy as they want? Should kids be allowed to eat candy at all, and if so, how much is too much? Comment.

Fat fib?

Good Sense Eating: Parents are intrigued by Nina Teicholz’s new book, “The Big Fast Surprise: Why Butter, Meat & Cheese Belong in a Healthy Diet.” Comment.

Think outside the (lunch) box

Good Sense Eating: Lunch has changed from the sandwich, piece of fruit, and bag of chips your parents prepared for you. Comment.

Hi, Mom, I’m vegetarian now!

Good Sense Eating: How to survive this change at the kitchen table without the muss and fuss of preparing two separate meals. Comment.

Get your mojo back

Good Sense Eating: Are the demands of motherhood taking their toll? How to tweak your response to stress. Comment.

Food in bloom

Good Sense Eating: Add a pop of color to your family’s meals for spring. Comment.

Enjoy the taste of eating right

Good Sense Eating: What tastes scrumptious to you may taste “yucky” to your child. Yet, it is possible to get your kids to come around to healthy foods. Comment.

Put on a happy plate

Good Sense Eating: At one time, the link between food and mood was pooh-poohed by scientists. Now, research suggests a child’s diet may influence not only mood, but a host of other factors. Comment.

Making magic in the kitchen

Good Sense Eating: You’re on your way home after work with no idea of what to serve for dinner. Sound familiar? Utilize your food pantry and rethink those leftovers. Comment.

How natural is your grocery cart?

Good Sense Eating: Unlike “organic” foods, which must adhere to a strict set of rules, the term “natural” has yet to be clearly defined for food labels. Comment.

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