Mind your Belly Brain

Mind your Belly Brain

Do you ever have butterflies in your stomach or follow your gut instinct? Our gut is actually quite wise as we have a powerful “brain” in our digestive track. Our belly-brain is called the enteric nervous system and is a complicated network of over 100 million neurons...
The Science + Art of Savorrrring

The Science + Art of Savorrrring

Savoring is the act of being fully engaged and aware of your sensory and emotional experience of an event, and prolonging it to appreciate every bit of enjoyment!  (Hello chocolate brownieeeee…) Scientists have found real benefits to savoring life experiences,...
kinshoKIDS: Fearless Flavor Explorer

kinshoKIDS: Fearless Flavor Explorer

Children are just starting their journey of discovering the many flavors in the world and how their bodies interact with what they consume. It’s an evolving journey as their palates mature and inner wisdom grows. But they do have sensitive palates and strong...
kinshoKIDS: Sensory Superpowers

kinshoKIDS: Sensory Superpowers

All of our senses impact the experience of our meals. Researchers even find the surrounding sounds, textures and colors can change our perception of flavor. Help kids engage more with their food by tuning into their powerful, sensory perceptiveness. They will discover...
kinshoKIDS: The Savor Reverse Race

kinshoKIDS: The Savor Reverse Race

Savoring seems to be made for kids. It’s a joy watching them deeply focus on a food they love as they enjoy every last crumb or lick. They are masters of being in the moment! Try this activity to prompt savoring when they are in more of a gobbling mood. Do it...

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