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I am keen to get us eating as a family more. Please could you give me some ideas for family meals that the kids will like and that are good for them?
Milk is a common allergic food, and serious reactions often involve projectile vomiting. There are also a number of children who are sensitive to milk (as opposed to allergic) and reactions can include glue ear, indigestion, constipation, diarrhoea, eczema, psoriasis, sinus problems and regular bouts of upper respiratory tract infections
Ensuring a diet of all the required nutrients, such as vitamins, minerals and proteins.
This is a question most mothers ask at sometime ....
The brain is truly amazing and although we don’t know all its secrets yet, there is plenty of evidence to suggest that what we feed our children has a direct impact on their well-being, health and intelligence.
.... from www.yourhealthychild.net
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Some people worry that fruit is too acidic, but while many fruits are acidic before digestion, after digestion fruits have a highly desirable alkaline effect on the body.
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I puree my baby’s food and then freeze it in ice cube trays. Sometimes I can leave it in the freezer for months. Is that safe?
Rather than focussing on foods that can’t be eaten, look at building meals around the many that can.
If your child is under 10-12 years old you can manage their weight without them realising they are on a diet.
From birth to puberty, children put on weight every year, in line with their growth
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