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Under the Weather? Nourish with this Healing Soup

By |March 12, 2017 |Diet, FOOD & DIET, Latest Posts, Nutrition, Recent Posts, Recipes, Well-being|

Cozy blankets, hot tea, warm soups. Bundle them up and nourish your child with this soothing Healing Soup. Full of nutritious greens like broccoli, asparagus and spinach, this soup will [...]

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COD LIVER OIL: Healthy Snapshot

By |September 6, 2016 |0-1 yr, 1-3 yrs, 3-5 yrs, 5+ yrs, Adam Sutter, Childbirth, Development, Diet, Nutrition, Pre-Conception, Pregnancy, Well-being|

Q: Why is cod liver oil known around the world as the perfect nutritional supplement for every growing child? A: Because cod liver oil contains Omega-3 oils that directly provide [...]

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Formula? Wait! Try This First

By |August 22, 2016 |0-1 yr, 1-3 yrs, Childbirth, Development, Diet, Formula, Nursing, Nutrition, Pregnancy|

Breast milk is nature’s intended and ideal form of nutrition for infants. It is a highly responsive living food that customizes itself to the specific needs of the baby and [...]

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The Importance of Calcium in Childhood

By |March 30, 2016 |0-1 yr, 1-3 yrs, 3-5 yrs, 5+ yrs, Development, Diet, Dr. Murray Clarke|

Just about every parent knows that children require calcium to build strong bones. It is one of the most abundant minerals in the human body and accounts for approximately 1.5% [...]

7 Steps to Choosing Quality Children’s Supplements

By |January 6, 2016 |Adam Sutter, Diet, Nutrition, Toxins & Additives, Well-being|

Incorporating high quality supplements into your child’s diet is one of the best ways to ensure proper structural growth, provide immune support and help neutralize exposures to environmental pollutants and [...]

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Healthy Snacks: The Ultimate Shopping Guide

By |September 3, 2015 |0-1 yr, 1-3 yrs, 3-5 yrs, 5+ yrs, Diet, Food & Supplements, Nutrition|

As every parent eventually discovers, having something healthy “at-the-ready” when your little one says “I’m hungry!” can make the day run much more smoothly.  While adults can go for longer [...]

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3 Reasons to Always Choose Organic Foods

By |July 9, 2015 |Diet, Food Industry, Pre-Conception, Pregnancy, Toxins & Additives|

“The quality, cleanliness and purity of a child’s food and diet are critical.”  - Dr. Murray Clarke, ND., D.Hom., L.Ac. There is a rising trend in the media questioning the [...]

Gasp! MSG in “Healthy” Foods!

By |February 20, 2014 |Diet, Food Industry, Karen Ranzi, Toxins & Additives|

As consumers become more aware of what they are putting into their bodies, marketing companies have become savvier. Most of us know that MSG is a harmful chemical found in [...]

Avoid Too Much Of This If You Want To Absorb Minerals From Your Food

By |January 8, 2014 |Diet, Karen Ranzi, Nutrition|

In human nutrition, phytic acid is considered an anti-nutrient for its interference with the absorption of other nutrients during the digestive process. The plant kingdom, however, is highly dependent on [...]

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12 Tips To Buying Fresh Plant Foods on A Budget

By |November 8, 2013 |Diet, Karen Ranzi|

A diet high in raw plant food doesn't have to break the bank. With some simple and easy tips, eating raw can be cost effective. Here's how: Less is more, [...]

Health Benefits of Green Smoothies vs. Green Juices – Which One is Better for your Child?

By |May 15, 2013 |Diet, Karen Ranzi, Nutrition|

Green smoothies have been a staple of vegetarian, vegan, raw food, and even more mainstream diets for decades, yet their powers are continuously questioned. The difference between a green smoothie [...]

The Connection Between Diet and Behavior in Young Children

By |March 20, 2013 |Developmental Disorders, Diet, Karen Ranzi, Nutrition, Toxins & Additives|

It has long been known that foods filled with sugar can cause children to become hyperactive, followed by a moody crash.  However, new research reveals that foods filled with dyes, [...]

5 Healthy Habits For Families To Follow To Prevent Obesity

By |February 27, 2013 |Diet, Doreen Bolhuis, Illnesses & Infections, Well-being|

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, over the last 30 years childhood obesity has doubled in children and tripled in teenagers.  In 2012, about a quarter of [...]

This Nationally Respected Naturopathic & Homeopathic Pediatrician Is Someone You Want To Follow

By |January 14, 2013 |0-1 yr, 1-3 yrs, 3-5 yrs, 5+ yrs, Diet, Dr. Murray Clarke, Illnesses & Infections, Natural Remedies, Nutrition, Well-being|

By SafBaby Founders Sandra Blum and Samantha Fox Olson Dr. Murray Clarke, ND., D.Hom., L.Ac. offers a priceless contribution to our SafBaby readers! We interviewed him for the very first [...]

Healthy, Fun & Quick Finger Foods for Kids

By |December 4, 2012 |Diet, Karen Ranzi, Nutrition|

Kids love to create simple finger foods, and it's a great way to get them involved in preparing healthy snacks. I present here four simple and delightful recipes to involve [...]

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Baby’s First Healthy and Delicious Holiday Dinner

By |November 22, 2012 |Diet, Holidays|

Sharing the fabulous flavors of the Holidays with your new baby is an experience that you'll cherish.  Socializing is part of the fun too, so reserve a seat (high chair) [...]

Why Parents Need to Inspire Healthy Eating Habits When Children Are Young

By |November 15, 2012 |Diet, Karen Ranzi, Mindful Parenting, Nutrition, Well-being|

I am proud to say that my daughter loves fruits and veggies. Whenever she has a tummy ache or doesn't feel so well, she ask me to cook her a [...]

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Healing Seborrheic Dermatitis Naturally with Food and Nutritional Supplements

By |October 3, 2012 |Diet, Illnesses & Infections, Karen Ranzi, Natural Remedies, Nutrition|

Introduction by SafBaby Founders Sandra Blum and Samantha Fox Olson We wanted to know more about the root cause of seborrheic dermatitis, as more and more children are affected by [...]

Simple and Creative Ideas for A Healthy Child’s Lunch

By |July 5, 2012 |Diet, Karen Ranzi, Mindful Parenting, Toxins & Additives, Well-being|

Much research in the past decade has reported the benefits of a diet high in fresh plant-based nutrition. Raw fruits and vegetables, sprouts, sea vegetables, and nuts and seeds are [...]

A Fun And Exciting Way To Teach Your Child To Happily Eat Veggies

By |March 19, 2012 |1-3 yrs, 3-5 yrs, 5+ yrs, Diet, Food & Supplements, MACT Award Winners, Nutrition, Product Reviews, Videos|

Want an exciting way to teach your children to eat healthy? Really, can you imagine: you sit down to the dinner table, and it is fun to be at your [...]