Hope for Spinach

Rudd Sound Bites is the blog for the Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale.  At first glance, it looks pretty interesting.  I’ve got a Feedwhip subscription set up.

Here’s a post that inspires me to aim high for Ruby’s diet:

http://ruddsoundbites.typepad.com/rudd_sound_bites/2006/07/spinach_im_look.html#more

While six-year-old Faith and four-year-old Elijah cycle through finicky preferences, like any other children, Steinberger reports, “Neither of them cares for soft drinks (‘Too spicy,’ says my son).  Both like almost any kind of vegetable, and are particularly fond of kale (with sesame seeds and tamari sauce), broccoli, and peas… Both are willing to try new foods.” As a bedtime snack, they prefer sweet potatoes. 

 

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