• Why Children Must Help In The Kitchen

    Do you remember the joys of spending time in the kitchen with your mom or dad? Peeling potatoes, stirring pancake batter, and cracking eggs. It’s a special bonding experience that children and parents can share together. And it’s not just fun – children who help in the kitchen are more likely to develop healthy eating habits! Read on to find out why it’s important for kids to help in the kitchen. By the end of this post, you’ll be convinced that every child should have the opportunity to lend a hand in the kitchen! 🙂 Essential Life Skills Cooking is an essential life skill that every child should learn. It…

  • These Must-Try Instant Pot Recipes Will Make Every Family Meal Extra Special

    Let’s face it, the world as we know it is an extremely hectic world indeed and the people of today find themselves barely having a few minutes within every day to tuck into a good, hearty home-cooked meal! It’s true, almost the entire nation has become a society that indulges in far too much junk food, and it is simply down to the fact that it is the quick and easy option!  In all honesty, the world of junk food can have some pretty serious consequences on a person’s health, especially when it is turned to as a means to survive and indulged upon every waking day! However, even though…

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    A Guide To Healthy Teen Food Choices

    One of the best courses of action regarding good teenage health is to create an environment that makes the consumption of healthy food easy for children, but without placing pressure on them to choose healthy food.  Does this sound confusing?  This article provides information on how to make this work. Stocking The House With Healthy Food The saying may not be monkey see, monkey eat; however, this is the case when practically placing healthy food in a home.  Without having an individual grocery budget, teenagers tend to eat whatever is in the kitchen when at home.  If you stock up on sliced vegetables to accompany yogurt-based dips or hummus, this…

  • Parenting Resolutions For A Happy 2014!!

    Kinsights Parenting Expert Shares 5 Ways To Make Positive Changes To Parenting For The New Year Kinsights’ CEO/co-founder and parenting expert Jennifer Chung shares her personal and parenting resolutions for the new year. Join Jennifer and commit to a few positive changes in 2014 like embracing the chaos and living in the moment. And have a happy and healthy New Year! Live in the moment: It’s easy to get caught up with the logistics of life (what’s for dinner, did I schedule swim lessons, where the heck are all of my son’s socks?!) – these details are important, but I’m trying not to let them rule my life. In the…