Healthy Lunch Box

Vegan lunch box : 130 amazing, animal-free lunches kids and grown-ups will love!

Jennifer McCann.


If you think vegan lunchtime means peanut butter and jelly every day, think again! Vegan Lunch Box offers an amazing array of meat-free, egg-free, and dairy-free options that will forever change the way you look at lunch.

Cool lunches to make & take : easy recipes for kids to cook

Lisa Wagner.


This book contains delicious and nutritious recipes perfect for lunches. The recipes include sub sandwiches, egg-salad, tuna-salad, fruit, cheese, and meat kabobs, trail mix, and pasta salad. Also included in this title are full-color photos of tools and ingredients, explanations of common cooking terms, step-by-step instructions, tips and variations, a glossary and an index.

Deceptively delicious : simple secrets to get your kids eating good food

by Jessica Seinfeld ; photographs by Lisa Hubbard ; illustrations by Steve Vance ; design by Headcase Design.


As she wages a personal war against sugars, packaged foods, and other nutritional saboteurs, Seinfeld offers appetizing alternatives for parents who find themselves succumbing to the fastest and easiest--and least healthy--choices available to them.

The sneaky chef to the rescue : 101 all-new recipes and "sneaky" tricks for creating healthy meals kids will love

by Missy Chase Lapine ; [foreword by Tyler Florence].


The "New York Times"-bestselling author returns--this time responding directly to her readers' most pressing concerns. Lapine has crafted meals that focus on specific family challenges, including kids struggling with their weight, food allergies, and more.

The sneaky chef : simple strategies for hiding healthy food in kids' favourite meals

Missy Chase Lapine.


A book chock-full of strategies that will help any parent incorporate better health for the whole family

Top 100 baby purees : 100 quick and easy meals for a healthy and happy baby

Annabel Karmel.


A British television personality and children's nutrition expert grants new parents their wish--100 quick and easy recipes that will make for a healthy and happy baby. Full-color photos.

The baby cookbook

Karin Knight with Jeannie Lumley.


Newly revised for the 1990s, The Baby Cookbook is the final word on infant nutrition. In addition to hundreds of wonderful recipes, it includes vital new information on vitamin requirements, allergies, childhood obesity, nursing, introducing solids, and balancing meals. It also features all the facts on the health benefits and risks of milk, eggs, salt, fluoride, and complete and incomplete proteins. The Baby Cookbook also includes the author's ...

The eat-clean diet for family and kids : simple strategies for lasting health & fitness

Tosca Reno ; foreword by Bobbi Brown.


From the author of the bestselling "The Eat-Clean Diet" comes her newest work, which is targeted at reducing the obesity epidemic in children. Highlighting simple strategies for health and fitness, Reno handles this issue with typical aplomb. (Consumer Health)

Eat, play, and be healthy : the Harvard Medical School guide to healthy eating for kids

W. Allan Walker with Courtney Humphries.


A new prescription for healthy eating for kids by one of the world's most respected pediatricians.

Eating for autism : the 10-step nutrition plan to help treat your child's autism, Asperger's, or ADHD

Elizabeth Strickland with Suzanne McCloskey ; recipes by Roben Ryberg.


If Your Child Has Been Diagnosed With Autism or a related condition, you need to know that what he eats can have a major impact on his health and brain function. Nutrition can affect everything from your child's behavior, mood, and sleep patterns to his ability to learn and focus. But how can you determine which foods, supplements, and diets are safe, effective, and appropriate for your child-and get him to try them?

Special-needs kids eat right : strategies to help kids on the autism spectrum focus, learn, and thrive

Judy Converse.


Any parent of a child with autism, Asperger's, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, or another developmental disability knows that special-needs kids are often fussy eaters. What's worse, these parents have often been told to avoid feeding their kids common ingredients such as gluten and casein-no small feat when you're trying to provide the essential nutrients every child needs.

Blender baby food : over 125 recipes for healthy, homemade meals

Nicole Young ; Nadine Day, nutritional advisor.