5 signs you’re codependent

5 signs you’re codependent

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Calcium Needs At All Life Stages

Calcium is critical for bone growth, development and maintenance at every age and stage of life. Our bones serve as its storage site for the body, providing this mineral to the bloodstream for use by the heart and other organs.

Healthy Snack Ideas For 2-Year-Old Babies

By the age of two years, the kid should be eating three healthy meals a day along with snacks. Offer food with different flavors and textures to your child. Offer finger food to your child as at this age kids love to eat on their own.

Hygiene – Where Have You Been?

Life expectancy can be directly related to the advent of simple hygiene and cleansing practices. Up until the twentieth century, ignorance of germs, bacteria and lack of bathing and sanitation had a profound influence on the death rates. While many countries do not follow the high standards we hold in the U.S., the world has come a long way in hygiene practices.

Tips on Mealtime and Your Underweight Child

If you’re like me then you’re searching for ways to get good nutritious food in your kids’ belly but also finding ways to give them enough calories. Remember that as parents you are responsible for what is offered and where and when it is presented. You are also responsible for providing a safe and enjoyable environment during meal times.

Skipping Breakfast Hardens Your Arteries?

According to a recent study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, those who skip breakfast are more likely to experience atherosclerosis, aka hardening of the arteries, than those who ate a daily, healthy meal in the morning. 1 The connection, it appears, is that those who are breakfast skippers tend to have more unhealthy diets and lifestyles than those who don’t. They found in the study that overall, those who opt to skip breakfast had poorer diets, were more likely to have high blood pressure or be overweight, and were more likely to smoke or consume alcohol in excess. All of these factors lead to an increased risk for atherosclerosis. Lack of breakfast is not the cause, per se, but an indicator of other health habits.