It's so important that we get our kids eating healthy at an early age. But as a busy mom it can be challenging, especially if you have picky kids. Our job is to offer our children a variety of healthy options. If they don't have the junk to choose from, they can't choose it. See what Erica learned on Mom On A Mission about feeding Brooke some of our favorite healthy snacks.more
Thirsty? Guess what? You are dehydrated! Water is your MOST important nutrient so it's essential that you stay properly hydrated all day long. Most people have trouble getting in the 8 8-oz servings that we are supposed to get. But if we are working out, we probably need even more.
Drink a glass of water when you wake up as you are already dehydrated from your night of sleep. Then drink a glass each hour of the day. And, one before,...more
For years, I've tried to teach my kids about how protein and carbs can fuel their body. Kids don't want to hear about that. They want to know what they can eat to run faster and get an A on their test. That's where my friend, Carrie Chacon comes in. Carrie developed a super fun program called SNAC where she makes eating healthy fun! No more talk of protein and carbs. Here, we choose mover...more
These are just a few of the thousands of chemicals that are in your skincare and cosmetic products which may be toxic to you. We absorb up to 60% of what we put on our skin. Some beauty products contain carcinogens and endocrine disruptors which we believe contribute to breast cancer. Beauty should not be toxic.
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Do you know that the chemicals that you use to clean your home might actually be making you sick? The warnings on the label should give you a clue. Did you know that only 7% of products disclose all of their ingredients? That concerns me and it should concern you!
These cleaning products may contain carcinogens, poison, asthma instigators and more! Some well known brands have formaldehyde and chloroform! Fragrances added to many...more
Peg Moline has been involved in fitness journalism for 20 years. She is the founding editor-in-chief of Fit Pregnancy and served as editorial director of Shape magazine from 1993 to April 2001.
Peg is an expert in prenatal fitness and she joins Lisa Druxman as a special guest on Mom On A Mission to answer your questions about exercise and pregnancy.more
As a mom, it can be hard to get in good nutrition. We are always running so fast that it's tough to figure out how to eat a balanced diet. Mom and Chief Nutritionist at Clif Bar, Tara Dellolacono Thies shares her tips on healthy eating on this episode of Mom On A Mission. Tara keeps things simple and shows us how to make positive snacking choices. She talks about nutrition, cravings and more!more
Dr. Natalie Digate Muth is the author of "Eat Your Vegetables and Other Mistakes Parents make." Nutritionist and pediatrician, join her as she shares her tips with Lisa Druxman on Mom On A Mission TV.
Learn how to raise healthy kids!more