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Nutrition

Get your kids to eat healthily

When it comes to teaching children healthy eating habits, it's important to remember that kids mirror their parents' eating patterns.

Healthy eating: it's never too early

Good eating habits should start from a baby’s first mouthful of breastmilk, through the stages when solid foods are introduced, and then be maintained into the adult years.

Are you a salt savvy parent?

In today's fast paced fast food world the detrimental consequence is that children are eating far too much salt without their moms and dads even being aware of it.

Healthy eating tips for children

It is difficult to overcome the temptation of giving your child all his favourites to eat. But how can you encourage your child to eat healthily?

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