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Making Food Fun

Making Food Fun

To Inspire Life-Long Healthy Eating Written By: Sarah Milano There’s no question that ensuring your kids eat a nutritional, well-balanced diet can be tricky. After all, what kid wants to eat carrots, fish and brown rice when they can eat a cheeseburger and fries? Teaching your child to choose apple slices over cookies can be a struggle but important eating…

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How nutrients play a role

How nutrients play a role

in the management of food allergies? Part 1 Written by Kaylee Slater | Accredited Practicing Dietitian at Grow Nutrition | Perinatal Dietitian | PhD Candidate  The prevalence of food allergies is on the rise worldwide, with the highest incidence found in younger children. Many more children today have allergies than they did decades ago, in fact, the current statistics suggest that around 1 in 10 children have a food…

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Making Healthy food

Making Healthy Food Fun

Written by Julia Lette Getting kids to the table and actually eating their food can be a real struggle. However, as developing a healthy attitude towards food starts from a very early age, it is essential to instil wholesome eating habits in your children from the get-go. Fortunately, if you make good, honest food fun and appealing to children, they…

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More than Mud Pies

More than Mud Pies

My Take on Germs & Children in a Cyber World Written by Lucy Cook , amazeeducation.com.au I am a mother of four boys, a business owner who operates 6 long day care and outside school hours care centres, and this is are my thoughts. Your first child barely touches the floor for fear he might catch something, your second child…

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Hydration & Nutrition for

Hydration & Nutrition for Babies & Toddlers

Written by Kathy Fray Pot plants have pretty straight forward nutritional needs – feeding, watering and sunlight – but personally I have sometimes become frustratingly adept at killing pot-plants. The bad news is that babies and toddlers are obviously way more complicated than pot-plants! The good news is that babies and toddlers can also be way less complicated than pot-plants … so long as you’ve got…

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Teaching Children to Value

Teaching Children to Value Time

Written By Casey Castro In the modern world we live in with technology so readily available, it can be hard to hold our childrens attention for very long. Especially with games being so bright and colourful and technology being so easy to use in their little hands. Children (and adults) of all ages love the pull of a device. They…

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Can we prevent food

How can we prevent food allergies?

In Our Children Part 1 Written by Kaylee Slater The prevalence of food allergies is on the rise worldwide, with the highest incidence found in younger children. Many more children today have allergies than they did decades ago, in fact the current statistics suggest that around 1 in 10 children have a food allergy, and this prevalence is growing by…

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Prenatal & Postnatal care.

Prenatal & Postnatal care plans during a pandemic

Written by Kathy Fray It is physiologically normal during pregnancy to naturally be immunocompromised (it is part of how your body doesn’t reject growing your baby). But add into that fact, knowing that local Hospitals (where you may have been planning to give birth) are heaving with COVID-19 patients, and it can feel justifiably unnerving. Add on top of that, the fact…

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Nourishing Through

Nourishing Through Colors

Written by Connie Rogers The art of nourishing through colors in food is nature’s way of keeping us smiling, healthy, sexy, and satiated. There are healing powers in colors from the oceans to the forest and food is no exception. When we choose colorful foods we increase the information that’s inside these beautiful fruits and veggies. At your next meal…

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How to accept Nature’s

How to accept Nature’s help

To boost your confidence Written by Nim Veda Mother Nature is amazing. She really is. How else can we explain her ability to pretty much provide us with the solutions to many of the problems we all face? One of these major problems is our debilitating lack of confidence. Though many of us shudder at the thought of accepting and…

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Sleep Sleep Wonderful

Sleep Sleep Wonderful Sleep!

Written by Connie Rogers We always feel vibrantly well after a good nights sleep with heightened energy levels and better moods. This is because sleep is a restorative process. It’s function is to maintain brain immunity and is also a huge part of building gut immunity.(1) The benefits of good sleep habits are  increased mental clarity, a healthier weight, better…

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Water: The Basis of Health

Written by Sarah Milano The human body is a complex system. While scientists and doctors don’t know everything there is to know and don’t fully understand all of our body processes, one thing is for sure: the human body needs water to live.  Just like a plant needs proper watering to thrive, we need proper hydration for our bodies to…

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