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5 Top Tips to Keeping a Healthy Balance this Christmas

By: | 0 Comments | On: December 13, 2012 | Category : Nutrition, Tips & Tricks

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We love Christmas.  It’s always a crazy busy time of year but catching up with friends and family and enjoying good food is one of the best parts.  After being so healthy with your kids throughout the year it can be very easy to let it all go and give...
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Natural Food Dye

By: | 11 Comments | On: December 5, 2012 | Category : Allergies, Foods, Kids Cooking, Nutrition

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I am sure you have all seen those gorgeous rainbow cakes doing the rounds on Pinterest? Pretty, yes! But it did have me wondering just how much artificial food dye was used to make the colours in those towering beasts. Food colouring is most commonly used to add a bit of...
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Why Babies and Toddlers Don’t Need Fruit Juice

By: | 7 Comments | On: November 29, 2012 | Category : Foods, Fussy Eaters, Nutrition, Tips & Tricks

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Some supermarkets have recently stocked the shelves with fruit juice marketed for babies as young as 6 months.  We are not fans of this at all!   Research conducted in Australia has linked consumption of fruit juice and fruit drinks, such as cordial, with childhood obesity.  Approximately 1 in 4...
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Raising a Good Eater – 10 Tips

By: | 10 Comments | On: November 23, 2012 | Category : Fussy Eaters, Solids, Tips & Tricks

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Developing positive food associations right from the very first spoonful is one of the most important gifts you can give your child. After gathering up all the hints, tips and ideas from many mums, and using a pinch of my own experience this list has been developed so you can...
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Activity – Mr Grassy Herb Head

By: | 1 Comment | On: November 22, 2012 | Category : Fussy Eaters, Kids Cooking, Tips & Tricks

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Whether your child is an angelic eater or a mealtime monster, interacting with and growing their own food is a great step towards developing positive food associations. You don’t need to plant a fully sustainable veggie patch to teach your children about food, many of us just don’t have the...
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