We've raised our children who are now ages 3, 5, and "6 and three quarters" on organic foods. Prior to these years, Chris and I consumed a "healthy standard American diet" (open to interpretation). Once it was time to feed Calvin other than mother's milk, then organic became a way of life for us. I had Ruth Yaron's Super Babyfood book and prepared fresh foods for them regularly.
In a nutshell, here's our children's food unfolding:
Fresh, Homemade Organic (including meat, fish, dairy, soy) with Organic convenience foods
Trying out the Living Foods Lifestyle
High percentage of Living Foods at home with regular occasions of fish & dairy and "anything organic or not when out"
We've reached a turning point again. I have noticed how fish, dairy, soy, wheat, and sugar [with meat experiences too] affected their minds, bodies, emotions, and spirits. I am helping them to note such. In social situations I am guiding them to make vegan selections. I feel this will support them best while they continue to enjoy a high percentage of living foods, ones they are learning to prepare on their own and ones Chris, I and others prepare for them.
It's amazing how my blending experiences for one week now have opened my awareness to "what exactly our children are eating." I feel blessed as a parent for opportunities to be in dialogue with our children about food choices and to help navigate them through all the options.