Our clients and followers would already know that we’re big advocates for filling lunchboxes with “Glow Foods”, “Grow Foods” and “Go Foods”. This simple concept ensures that the main food groups are added and also helps kids to understand basic concepts of health eating. Here’s a step-by-step guide on HOW to put this concept into actionRead More
Wholemeal and wholegrain; freekeh and farro; sorghum and spelt; chickpea and brown pasta. What on earth do these words mean; are they a healthy choice and is the social-media fuss worthy? Here we explain a few key points and what to look for when buying grain and cereal based products.Read More
Good oral health is important for good nutrition and good nutrition is important for good oral health.
Here we provide information about good oral health and provide tips on how you can help your kids to have a healthy mouth.Read More
Food is often used to reward a positive behaviour or encourage kids (and adults) to act in a particular way. Doing so can in the short-term leave kids confused about healthy eating and in the long-term set up poor relationships with food.
Here we “unpack” a few important points about food when used as a reward and offer tips and ideas for avoiding them.Read More
Healthy eating (and just eating in general) can be a major concern for parents who’s child requires medications for ADHD. A common side-effect of these medications is a very low-appetite which can bring about short-term and long-term nutrition concerns. Here we provide some tips on helping a child with a low appetite and discuss ongoing management through dietetic support.Read More