dr. yum blog & stories
Food Passports Help Sample the World From Home
In the current pandemic when traveling and eating out may still not be safe, Food Explorer Passports are a great way to “travel” without having to leave home.
Container Herb Garden with Kids
A container herb garden is a great way to dabble in growing herbs and get the kids involved with gardening.
5 Tips for Feeding Snacks to Kids
Here are five simple French-inspired rules regarding snacking for kids Many of these can also be applied to adults too!
5 Ways to Create a Garden Classroom
There are so many ways families can start gardening together, and you don’t have to have a lot of outdoor space or resources to get started.
A Pediatrician’s 10 Tips for Packing a Nutritious Lunch
It’s easy to want to pack the same things repeatedly because we know our kids like them. However, exposure to a variety of different foods is what grows an adventurous eater.
Dr. Yum's Class Party Toolbox
In response to teacher requests, we suggest the following recipes that can be used in classroom parties as a substitute to more processed, sugary treats.
7 Reasons to Bring Dr. Yum’s Preschool Food Adventure to Your School
We know that school is a big part of a kid’s day and it’s a perfect place where they can learn about food too. That’s why we created Dr. Yum’s Preschool Food Adventure, a researched-backed curriculum that’s proven to positively impact attitudes and behaviors around new foods.
Snacky Susan: A Great Tip for Picky Eaters
Christmas Tree Veggie Appetizer with Lemony White Bean Hummus
A great healthy family holiday activity!