INA Weekly Brief

Category: Nutrition


What you Need to Know about Third-Hand Smoke

The dangers of passive smoking have been well researched and understood for some time now. Inhaling carcinogenic smoke that has been exhaled from a smoker’s lungs has been proven to have serious long-term health consequences, especially for children. Due to this, we do not spare a second thought to protecting our youngest and most vulnerable… Read more »


November 17, 2016

INA Helps Cleveland Clinic Research on Nannies and Child Food Allergies

Doctor Justin Greiwe, MD from the Cleveland Clinic approached the International Nanny Association several months ago and asked INA nannies to participate in an on-line survey assessing nannies knowledge of food allergies in children. As the “Authority on in-home child care”, the INA is an important resource to the Cleveland Clinic and others, as the… Read more »


Tags: | November 7, 2014

Nannies Join to Learn the Power of Mind Body Nutrition

INA Conference Early Bird Registration Ends February 22, 2014! Save $$$$, register NOW! The International Nanny Association is pleased to announce that Debra Dennis of Indigo Lifestyle Solutions will be joining the amazing line up of workshops at the 29th Annual Conference, March 27 – 29th in Los Angeles CA.  Her workshop entitled “The Power… Read more »


Tags: , | February 17, 2014

Smart Snacks in School

This infographic below is from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.  It describes new nutrition standards for food sold in schools established in the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.  The infographic shows examples of acceptable foods before and after the new standards went into effect.  


August 23, 2013