In need of an immune-boosting recipe for your family? You only need 6 ingredients and 6 minutes for this recipe.
From experience, most of my vegan and vegetarian clients struggle with protein. They either don’t eat enough or they eat low-quality protein. This applies to both adults and children.
This blog post explains.
Whether you are vegan, vegetarian or a meat-eater, good nutrition is key to a healthy life.
But how about the child that’s fed a vegan or vegetarian diet? Is that considered an appropriate diet for children?
It surely is….
However, from experience, most of my vegan and vegetarian clients struggle with protein. They either don’t eat enough or they eat low quality protein. This applies to both adults and children.
This blog post will explain why that is and also list the benefits of using other grains than rice as part of your baby’s first taste of foods.
Calcium plays an important role in your child’s bone development and is obtained from food and drinks. However, how about those who can’t tolerate dairy very well? What is the solution for them?
Iron deficiency anaemia is the most common micronutrient deficiency worldwide. Infants and children are particularly at risk due to high requirements for iron for growth and development. In this blog post I will explain 3 key points you may want to consider in order to reduce the risk of iron deficiency anemia in your child.
Did you know that iodine is responsible for your baby’s brain development? In fact, research has shown that iodine can improve IQ, learning and understanding. Iodine is a trace mineral found in the soil in which our food is grown, However, the content of iodine varies depending on rainfall, how far we live from the sea and which foods we eat.
Are you one of those mothers who have gone weeks or months with a baby who is suffering and crying excessively and not known why? Have you made several trips to your GP, put your baby on medication and still not seen an improvement?
In this blog post I’m going to explain to you how I educate my clients about the natural rhythm of the seasons to overcome fussy eating in children.
Food behaviour in young children can be a challenge to many families, in particular for those who experience food rejection behaviours such as fussy eating. This feeding difficulty is also known as picky or faddy eating and is prevalent in preschool children worldwide.