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Authentic Food Of The Week For Kids: Celery!

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margaux-j-rathbun-authentic-foods.jpgPerezitos.com's nutrition expert Margaux J. Rathbun wants to help parents feed their kids with the right foods by showcasing a specialty food every week.

This week, it's all about celery!

Margaux says:

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Authentic Food Of The Week For Kids: Apples!

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margaux-j-rathbun-authentic-foods.jpgPerezito.com's nutrition expert Margaux J. Rathbun wants to help parents feed their parents with the right foods by showcasing a specialty food every week.

This week, it's all about apples!

Margaux says:

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Nutrition Tips For Busy Moms: Cooking Veggies!

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Margaux's Nutrition NibblePerezitos's nutrition expert Margaux J. Rathbun has some wonderful nutrition tips for you and your little ones!

This time it's all about the healthiest and easiest way of cooking veggies!

Here's what Margaux has to say:

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Who Needs Milk? Find Out Which Foods Have Calcium!

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Margaux's Nutrition Nibble

Q&A time!

Perezcious mommy Libby from San Antonio wants to make sure that her kid gets the proper amount of calcium, but he doesn't like milk! What to do!

Thankfully, Perezitos's nutrition expert Margaux J. Rathbun has some delicious alternatives to dairy!

Libby asks:

"Hi Margaux! I love all of your nutrition tips. I was wondering, what are some good non-dairy sources of calcium? My child doesn’t like milk and I want to be sure he is getting enough calcium in his diet. Thank you!"

This is what Margaux has to say:

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Quick Tip Of The Day!

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Perezitos Quick Tip

Perezitos's nutrition expert Margaux J. Rathbun, B.S., N.T.P. (Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Creator of AuthenticSelfWellness.com is back with another quick tip!

"Get your kids hooked on kale! Kale is loaded with vitamins A, K, C, E, B6, and B2. It’s also an excellent source of dietary fiber, calcium, potassium, and iron. The stems on kale contain more fiber than the leaves. Fiber is important for good digestive health and helping kids feel full after eating."

For more of Margaux's tips, click HERE and follow her on Twitter @MargauxRathbun

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Quick Tip Of The Day!

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Perezitos Quick Tip

Perezitos's nutrition expert Margaux J. Rathbun, B.S., N.T.P. (Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Creator of AuthenticSelfWellness.com is back with another quick tip!

"Kids love kiwifruit! Kiwifruit is a very good source of dietary fiber to help your child's digestive system stay healthy and potassium for maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance in their bodies. It’s also a good source of fat-soluble vitamin E, a nutrient that is important for children."

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Quick Tip Of The Day!

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Perezitos Quick Tip

Perezitos's nutrition expert Margaux J. Rathbun, B.S., N.T.P. (Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Creator of AuthenticSelfWellness.com is back with another quick tip!

"Peas please! Snow peas are an excellent source of B vitamins which will help your kids stay energized and healthy. These vitamins also help build nerve and muscle tissue in our body. Snow peas also contain immune-boosting vitamin C, helping your kids stay well during cold and flu season."

For more of Margaux's tips, click HERE and follow her on Twitter @MargauxRathbun

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