More and more young people are struggling with mood imbalances, stress, and anxiety. But there are things we can do at home to better support our children’s mental health. Just like physical health, we can proactively nurture mental health by passing on healthy habits to our kids.
Carotenoids such as lutein and zeaxanthin are involved in early eye development and support healthy vision throughout life. Recent research indicates that lutein may also play a role in brain development and help support children’s cognitive function.
As the kids head back to school to mingle with other kids, many parents are understandably thinking about how to support their kids’ immune systems. Here are some good strategies for helping kids stay healthy this fall.
If you’ve ever experienced jet lag, or had trouble adjusting to daylight savings, you know what it feels like when your circadian rhythms are disrupted. You may have trouble waking up or falling asleep at the right time. You might feel tired and foggy-headed during the day and have food cravings at night.
Zinc is a micro mineral with macro importance for the human body. Low levels of zinc can weaken the immune system, delay children’s growth and development, and impact male reproductive health. Here are the top reasons to make sure you get enough zinc at every stage of life.
One of the most common challenges for any parent is getting your kids to eat more vegetables. But getting kids to eat their veggies doesn’t have to be a daily struggle. Here are a few creative ways to change up your routine and shift your children's attitude toward healthy foods.
As a parent, you pass on more to your child than your genes. They also pickup on your habits, both the good ones and the bad ones. If you care about the well-being of your kids, you should set a good example by taking good care of yourself. Here are 5 simple healthy habits to follow and pass along to your kids.