It's hard to imagine that in an age when we eat almost twice as much meat, dairy and sugar as the average person, that people aren't consuming more protein, calcium, and vitamin D than their counterparts.But this isn't because of any sort of scientific consensus or a single research study.There's a lot of misinformation floating around about zinc and other nutrients.While it may seem like a simple...
We live in an era of “food deserts,” where our local grocery store has almost no local products, and local food stores have been closed for years.
This means we need to find more affordable alternatives.
It also means that the price of food for the next generation of Americans is going to be extremely high, even though we’ve had an amazing economic boom.
We can’t afford to spend $200 on a box of cereal or $200 to feed a baby.
And even if we could, we can’t get that much food for that much money.
But if you can save money by getting more nutritious foods for your baby, you can make a real difference.
To start, we’ve put together a guide to help you save money and help your baby’s diet stay healthy.