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The Power of Parents

The Power of Parents

You have more influence on what your children eat than you may think. For children under 12, both Mum and Dad are the most important role models for kids when it comes to eating and physical activity. Children would rather eat a meal with you than with anyone else....
Brain food

Brain food

What we know about breakfast Parents are continually being told that children learn better at school when they have had breakfast. Even so, by late primary school nearly one quarter of children go to school without having had breakfast and this number increases as...
Packing school lunches

Packing school lunches

Packing lunch boxes is a task that parents do thousands of times. Some find it easy, others find it difficult to know what to put in there. If your child doesn’t eat the food you provide, it doesn’t mean you got it wrong. There are many reasons that food comes back...
Tips on handling holiday eating

Tips on handling holiday eating

  During the holiday period, do you find it more difficult to keep to the regular routine of feeding your family? You may be going away or having a break from work and school. The usual rush in the morning and the pressure to get a meal on the table in the...
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