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The Statistics • 8 out of 10 parents purchase organic products “at least sometimes,” according to a 2013 survey by the Organic...

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Peaches and Cream Step 1 Foods   Ingredients 1 can peaches in 100% fruit juice 3 tablespoons cream of wheat   Directions   Pl...

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Preparing & Storing 1st things 1st: Be clean! Babies are at greater risk for food-borne illness. Wash hands, fresh produce, utensils/equipment &a...

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Solid Foods There’s a lot to consider when introducing solid foods for the first time. Keep in mind that breastfeeding your baby should still b...

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When it comes to heart health, this snack is a sure go-to!

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Studies show that eating whole grains can help lower risk of coronary heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. According to a 2010 study in the American ...

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Around 2300 BC in the Mediterranean, a stockpile of immature wheat caught fire. After rubbing off the burnt heads, smoky green grains were revealed, l...

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Kamut is probably my favorite grain due to its rich, buttery taste, chewy texture and versatility. You can use Kamut any way you would rice or wheat b...

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Millet is a staple whole-grain in many parts of Africa, where it has been cultivated for more than 6,000 years.

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Teff is a tiny, poppy-seed like grain that is grown in three colors — red, white and brown. It is a staple grain in Ethiopian cooking and is the...

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