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Top tips for school lunches your child will eat

Lunches can be a challenge for many of us parents; as they need to be premade and portable; yet they also need to be tasty and nutritious as well as being easy to eat and eat quickly. Below are my top tips for making school lunches your child will actually eat

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How to raise intuitive eaters

How to raise intuitive eaters Feeding children can be challenging for lots of reasons including: power struggles, fussy eating, frequent snacking and children not eating like the rest of the family. How do we avoid these scenarios which unfortunately are all-too common in many homes?  Well intuitive eating may well provide

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Why Iron is so important for babies & toddlers

Iron is believed to be the single most important  nutrient for babies and toddlers. It’s essential for a number of functions, particularly at this stage of development including brain growth.   Inadequate iron in babies and toddlers can have a significant impact on various aspects of their health, including slower growth and

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Toddler eating vegetables

Better ways to feed toddlers

  Better ways to feed toddlers   In this article I’d like to briefly go through some common scenarios I see working with parents to reverse  clients fussy eating, over the  last number of years;  with the aim of   avoiding fussy eating in toddlers.     Filling up on milk

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How to make Healthier Baking this festive season

How to make Healthier Baking this festive season   1 Pick a lower sugar recipe I’m always on the lookout for healthier recipes and at this time of year we love mince pies in our house so I found a  much healthier version of the traditional filling of mince meat.

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