The Kids Menu Needs a Makeover. Choosing a restaurant to eat at with children usually means that they offer a kid’s menu in addition to the “adult” menu. But why? The kid’s menu is usually full of bland food lacking in nutritional value. While you’re eating a salad or salmon, your child is probably eating plain pasta or pizza. So why not introduce foods that are full of color and flavor by forgetting the kid menu and ordering off the main menu instead?
Zach Diamond is an ecologist, amateur chef, and folk musician. He is also the brainchild of Extra Pulp, an interview-style podcast that shines a much needed light on food farmers and food thinkers in hopes of progressing the sustainable food movement.
Diamond took a chance that the food-related conversations he was having on a daily basis might interest others—and so far—it has. He is driven with a deep determination to understand both agriculture and the business-side of how food is made, and how this process may be improved in our lifetime.
You know clean eating is right for you, but is it right for your kids? Here are three ways to make clean eating an adventure the whole family can enjoy. You want the best for your children. That’s why you think about every important decision from where they will go to school to what food you put in their bodies. In today’s world, there is so much information out there about healthy eating – how does it affect your children?
We’re breaking down why it’s important to teach your kids about clean eating and when you should start -- because what goes into your kid’s bodies matters.
There is so much information out there, opinions, rules, and do's and don'ts when it comes to healthy eating. So how do you know what food or protocol is right for you? We've started a list below in an effort to catalogue the most progressive food philosophies in one place, easy to read and analyze. What would you add to this list?
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