In a single year, the average child under 5 years old may be sick with diarrhea, cold, cough, flu. Here are essential nutrients to include in your child’s diet to protect him/her from falling sick. Read on to know what’s these 5 essentials for those especially under 5!
If there is one thing which keeps parents of infants and toddlers on their toes is – building immunity! Trying different permutations and combinations of food and kitchen ingredients is something very common across many households..
The extremely useful, handy, safe and delightful looking products from this brand have changed the way people look at the kitchen and food. Do read the recipe of Mango Almonds Barfi towards the end. Easy and healthy for you and kids!
These days, veganism has become a way of life. The diet allows enough room for a multitude of options right from healthy breakfast choices to dessert delicacies.
Everything seems so tough to manage, and even if you somehow prepare healthy meals, your family stops being a fan of your food. But not now!
Karva Chauth is an important day in the life of most of the married women in North India. The first and only meal (consumed in over 14 hours of the day) – sargi plays a critical role in helping a woman to sustain for the day.
A healthy morning breakfast provides for 25% of daily nutritional requirements. Read on to know why having healthy morning breakfast every day can actually keep the doctor away.
The nine month long trial a mother undergoes finally bears fruit when her child is born.
A mother often finds herself looking for the best foods in her child’s daily diet which will help in boosting their immunity.
A lot of parents will agree to the uphill task that getting kids to eat nutritious food (read vegetables and raw fruits is).
Has your little one crossed the first milestone of six months duration into this world?
It is that time of the year again when cozy quilts, cuddles and movie marathons define evenings that are too cold to go out to the park and play.
So, as you get ready to gear up for New Year house parties, and while your house is dolled up with the Christmas trees and cute stockings, let us bring to you our top three healthy food recipes for kids.
India and festivals go hand in hand. From the beginning of the year to the end of it, there is a shower of exciting festivals in every nook and corner of the country.
As a parent it is indeed worrying to see your child frown at the very sight of milk. It is quite common to see a glass full of milk lying untouched on the breakfast table along with a grumpy kid throwing tantrums.
Toddlers can be really fussy and picky when it comes to food. They have very unpredictable and strange eating habits. It is very funny that ‘Food’ which is supposed to be relished is somehow treated as a natural enemy.
As mothers, we are always in the habit of ignoring ourselves. While we tend to take good care of our homes and the people around us but we often tend to forget ourselves.
It has been well over a month of continued PediaSure usage and don’t think I’ve ever been happier. Why?
Rakhi or Rakshabandhan is just around the corner. Rakhi is a beautiful way to celebrate the beautiful bond between siblings.
With exactly a week to go for Father’s Day, we are sure you must have planned something very special for your real life Super Heroes!
Modern appliances have simply taken over the load from the shoulders of people who love to cook. They are technology based and get even the most difficult tasks finished in minutes.
It’s summer time already and kids love to go out and play, despite the maddening sun’s heat.
It is the month of February and it is often associated with love. People across the world celebrate the day of love with the Valentine’s Day on 14th Feb with their near and dear ones.
There is nothing more that I look forward to in the horrid winter months than Lohri!
Winters are in their full swing. There is nothing more comforting than either a hot cup of coffee or a perfect vegetable soup.
Too much of anything is bad for you! Just as you can’t be too nice, too sad, too happy, too rich, similarly your food can’t taste too salty, bitter, sour or sweet.
When I look back upon my childhood and winter vacations, the warm memories of curling up in a fluffy quilt with a book – next to a heater make me feel all warm and fuzzy.
Dessert is the one thing that nobody can say no to. They give a befitting end to any meal. Indians indubitably have a penchant for sweets.
If you think there’s no such thing as too much chocolate, then you’ve definitely come to the right place.
It’s not just the heat that is making you hot and bothered. With summers in full swing, it is also your child’s fussy outlook towards food that is pushing you into a corner as well.