Holistic nutrition can benefit not only you but your entire family. Find tips and tricks, articles, and kid-friendly recipes to help with picky eaters, proper nutrition for children, allergies, healthy habits, and more. We’ve got every stage covered, thanks to our community of holistic nutrition professionals.
We have lots of reading recommendations from our CSNN graduates, from nutrition guides for pregnancy, moms, and children, to fun children’s books where they can learn more about the food they eat and how it helps them grow strong and stay healthy.
Keep energy up with this playful spin on a popular snack. This nutrient-dense snack has carbs for energy, nut butters, hemp hearts, and coconut to prevent blood sugar spikes, and cinnamon to help with blood sugar control.
A super immune smoothie is a yummy way to eat the rainbow! This is one of our favourite ways to get those important antioxidants and vitamins into your kid’s diet.
Here are some fun ways to incorporate a balance of vegetables, fruits, whole grains, and proteins. Brain Booster Boards can be made many different ways to include a variety of vitamins, healthy fats, proteins, textures, and tastes to keep things fun and interesting!
This is a quick and refreshing treat for the hot summer days. It’s also super simple to make and beautiful to look at. Dairy-free and gluten-free, this vegan sweet treat is great for everyone! Recipe from Delia Mota, R.H.N.
We’re not ready to stop grilling yet! This recipe is low-fat, low carb, vegan, and also full of healthy ingredients. It’s a fun take on lasagna that you can feel good about serving your family. Recipe from Crystal Hughes, R.H.N.
This is a healthier version of this popular kid’s snack. This elevated recipe has brain-loving ingredients to help support growing minds. Recipe from Neurotrition.
CSNN graduate Alexa Torontow shares her recipe for 4-ingredient soft and gooey “breakfast” cookies. Super simple and quick to make!
CSNN graduate Samantha deSousa has some healthy and fun snack ideas for kids this summer that are easy to put together.
CSNN graduate Amy Longard shares her recipe for Cherry Chocolate ‘Nice’ Cream, a quick DIY dairy-free banana-based ice-cream.
Instead of spaghetti and meatballs, CSNN graduate Marisa Ricci shares her healthy and delicious take on this classic kid-favourite dish.
Good healthy habits start young. CSNN graduate Debora Palmieri gives some tips and insight on how to raise holistic children, one meal at a time. Article via EcoParent.
CSNN graduate Jessica Sherman shares some important information on how to build better breakfast routines to build a healthy lifestyle. Article via EcoParent.
CSNN graduate Sisley Killam shares her experience with the Natural Nutrition Diploma Program, what brought her to holistic nutrition, and how her career has flourished.
A perfect end-of-summer, kid-friendly recipe from Beth Bierema, R.H.N. She also shares her holistic nutrition journey and her experience with CSNN’s Natural Nutrition Program.
The Lifecycle Nutrition Pediatric course presents information on how to help conceive and raise a healthy child in today’s world – a world in which our children’s health is declining at an alarming rate. It provides alternative health care recommendations (such as dietary, nutritional supplementation, and lifestyle changes) for the period from pre-conception to childhood.
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