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Glyphosate in Foods: the Science vs. the Sensational

Sharing my life and nutrition information on social media inevitably invites some strong reactions and opinions. Lots of them are positive! But, they’re not *always* positive… I get more hateful comments when I post about Cheerios than about ANY. OTHER. TOPIC. Yes! Cheerios! Why, you ask? Well, Cheerios have taken

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From Breakfast to Dinner: Healthy Gluten-Free Foods for Kids

Feeding kids is a constant challenge, and when a gluten allergy is added to the mix, your search history quickly fills up with “gluten-free snacks for kids,” “gluten-free meals for kids,” and 12 other versions of “what gluten-free foods actually taste good?” If this sounds familiar, you’re in the right

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Good Foods to Eat While Breastfeeding- Snacks and Meals!

Breastfeeding is a JOURNEY and comes with its fair share of anxieties. It’s completely normal to worry about things like maintaining your milk supply, how your diet might affect baby’s digestion, and when are you even supposed to find time to make food AND eat it? Whether you’re already breastfeeding,

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popsicle with bite out of the corner for healthy popsicles for summer

Healthy Popsicles for Summer 2024

Summertime is popsicle season! I had requests for a list of healthy popsicles for kids, so I headed to a few stores to see what I could find. Side note- I’m totally that mom who doesn’t allow popsicles in the house and I make my son eat them outside. If

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Best Omega 3s For Kids

Omega-3 fatty acids are extremely important in the diet! But they’re not always easy to get, especially in the typical American diet. This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no cost to you. So what is Omega-3? Omega-3 is a type of

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Cheerios glyphosate in foods

Glyphosate in Foods: the Science vs. the Sensational

Sharing my life and nutrition information on social media inevitably invites some strong reactions and opinions. Lots of them are positive! But, they’re not *always* positive… I get more hateful comments when I post about Cheerios than about ANY. OTHER. TOPIC. Yes! Cheerios! Why, you ask? Well, Cheerios have taken

Read More
healthy cereal

From Breakfast to Dinner: Healthy Gluten-Free Foods for Kids

Feeding kids is a constant challenge, and when a gluten allergy is added to the mix, your search history quickly fills up with “gluten-free snacks for kids,” “gluten-free meals for kids,” and 12 other versions of “what gluten-free foods actually taste good?” If this sounds familiar, you’re in the right

Read More

Good Foods to Eat While Breastfeeding- Snacks and Meals!

Breastfeeding is a JOURNEY and comes with its fair share of anxieties. It’s completely normal to worry about things like maintaining your milk supply, how your diet might affect baby’s digestion, and when are you even supposed to find time to make food AND eat it? Whether you’re already breastfeeding,

Read More
popsicle with bite out of the corner for healthy popsicles for summer

Healthy Popsicles for Summer 2024

Summertime is popsicle season! I had requests for a list of healthy popsicles for kids, so I headed to a few stores to see what I could find. Side note- I’m totally that mom who doesn’t allow popsicles in the house and I make my son eat them outside. If

Read More

Best Omega 3s For Kids

Omega-3 fatty acids are extremely important in the diet! But they’re not always easy to get, especially in the typical American diet. This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases at no cost to you. So what is Omega-3? Omega-3 is a type of

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Hi! I’m Kacie Barnes, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, mom of 2, and founder of Mama Knows Nutrition. Here you’ll find everything you need to know to make feeding your little ones stress-free!

I specialize in nutrition for early childhood and have worked with hundreds of families to improve picky eating, get their kids eating better, and solve mealtime problems.

I have a Master of Clinical Nutrition from UT Southwestern in Dallas, TX and an undergrad degree from New York University. I also hold a second Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University.

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