Dr. Scott Goldstein, a pediatrician at Northwestern Children's
Practice, tries to stick to the dirty dozen rule for his kids.
Fruits and vegetables with a thin skin-or no skin at all-are on the
list, and Goldstein limits the amount of pesticides his children
ingest by going organic on the following 12 items: apples, celery,
strawberries, peaches, spinach, nectarines, grapes, peppers,
potatoes, blueberries, lettuce and kale.
Square One is an
organic baby food company created by Denise Henderson, a River
Forest mom of twins who wanted to give her children the healthiest
start possible. They come frozen in BPA-free packaging, and they
have no additives or preservatives. Our 7-month-old tester loved
everything except the quinoa and the broccoli.