Teenagers

Serve Food family style and how to actually do it with fussy eaters

Serve Food family style and how to actually do it with fussy eaters

Family style serving is when you present all the individual parts of a meal in separate serving dishes in the centre of the table (including dessert) and each member of the family decides what they want and how much they're going to eat. 

Sweets, Sugar & Children - how much is too much?

Sweets, Sugar & Children - how much is too much?

One of parenting’s biggest challenges is how to manage sweets, treats and sugar. Children are obsessed with sweet food and crave sugar often asking for ice cream, biscuits or candy bars. Read on to find out why we need to worry and my strategies for managing their relentless requests.

'Rise & Shine' - Breakfast - the most important meal of the day

'Rise & Shine' - Breakfast - the most important meal of the day

Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day and I know the science behind it! Eating within 2 hours of waking jump starts your metabolism and sets your child up for their busy day ahead.

Funny Tummy??

Funny Tummy??

Does your child suffer with a funny tummy? Some children could be constipated, not pooing for several days and when they do go it takes them a while. Other children might have diarrhoea or loose watery stools. Frequent tummy pains are often a complaint and oh, my… the wind….!! But what could all of this mean?

Milk & alternative milks - for babies, toddlers and children

Milk & alternative milks - for babies, toddlers and children

Young children, babies and toddlers rely on milk to provide many of the nutrients needed for growth and development.  Even older children & teens benefit from significant milk consumption in order to fuel their bodies. There are so many different versions of milks and milk alternatives to choose from. Read on to understand oat milk from almond milk and which might be best for your growing child.