Getting enough nutrient-rich foods during this season of survival is key for both your recovery and baby’s start in life. Alexandra Paetow, registered dietitian nutritionist and owner of Thrive and Bloom Nutrition LLC, explains what you need for optimal nutrition.
While the meal may be the main event, these fun Thanksgiving crafts will surely liven any tablescape.
Parents across the country will join their children in the cafeteria to learn about what goes into serving healthy lunches during KIWI’s National Take Your Parents to Lunch Day.
The 4-month sleep regression isn’t just something to endure—it’s an opportunity to establish healthy sleep habits that will benefit your entire family for a long time to come.
IN THE ISSUE
Saying goodbye to summer is bittersweet, but embracing the new school year can lead to so many good things. The return of a routine can help you recommit to healthy eating, getting better sleep, and tending to all the things you put aside while making the most of your kid’s vacation.
To help get you back on a healthier track, we’ve put together a guide filled with “Simple Swaps For a Home Detox” (p. 13). In it, you’ll discover the common household items that may be putting your family’s health at risk and the non-toxic replacements you should be using. If you’re looking to overhaul your eating patterns to better ward off disease and heal our planet, don’t miss “Raising Plant-Based Eaters” to get the whole family involved (p. 26).
For many families, heading back to school also means hitting the fields for the fall sports season. The benefits of youth sports are many, but if the game is taken too seriously, especially by parents, the fun may surely fizzle out. In this issue, we explore the pressures athletes face and learn how to keep the fun in youth sports (p. 15).
From all of us at KIWI, we wish you and your family a healthy fall season!