Thursday, 17 October 2013 01:00
When it comes to snack time it may be hard to pick healthy and tasty foods your kids will love. However there are many vegetarian and vegan snack options that you can give to your children to not only satisfy their hunger but make them happy as well. The idea is to make healthy vegetarian or vegan eating a happy and fun experience and not a chore. Here are some great healthy vegetarian snack ideas that you and your children will love:
Friday, 13 September 2013 01:00
Between taking care of the house, the kids, and all of the other tasks that fall to mom, sometimes there’s just not enough energy left to fix dinner. It doesn’t have to be that way, though.
Wednesday, 11 September 2013 00:00
Stuck for ideas with making tasty healthy food for your kids? Want to get them excited about what to eat? Want to use whole foods and raw ingredients and stay away from dairy?
Tuesday, 05 March 2013 00:00
With 13.7 million people affected by dairy intolerance of which children comprise a high proportion, Steve Bessant had an idea to create a healthier sweet treat for his clients keen to avoid dairy and today his dairy and gluten free, coconut milk based ice-cream goes into 200 Waitrose stores around the country.
Tuesday, 26 February 2013 00:00
Cookbook Cafe (www.cookbookcafe.co.uk) at InterContinental London Park Lane has partnered with the Edible Playgrounds project (part of Trees for Cities) to launch the Seedling Series Kids Cook programme, which celebrates ingredients and teaches kids where food comes from.
Sunday, 17 February 2013 00:00
Time is something no one likes to waste, and no one wants to feel like they are spending half of their life in the kitchen, whether it’s to prepare food, eat meals or clean up afterwards. Cutting corners in the kitchen may seem like a taboo concept, but there are ways to shave off time without negatively affecting the quality of your meal.
Monday, 10 December 2012 00:00
According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of children with food allergies increased 18% between 1997 and 2007; while there are a plethora of theories about why food sensitivities are on the rise, there’s no definitive data to back up any one claim. Parents are left to manage their kids’ allergies to the best of their abilities, cautiously introducing new foods and scrupulously checking labels before letting their little ones eat anything. Because some foods are more likely to cause an allergic reaction in kids than others, here are 10 simple snacks that score low on the allergen likelihood list.
Saturday, 08 December 2012 00:00
Dear Katherine - Congratulations on the upcoming birth of your baby! I know this time for you is full of excitement, anticipation and unfortunately, nausea and feeling pretty bad. I am sorry to hear you have been so unwell. As a mother myself, I have many wishes for my own child which I wish the same for you.
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Friday, 19 October 2012 01:00
Taking your baby home from hospital for the first time can be a daunting experience for many new parents. This vulnerable, small creature you wish with all your heart will grow to be healthy and strong is completely dependent on you for food. Knowing what and how much to feed your baby is essential for Mums and Dads everywhere and Pure Ebba, Iceland's answer to Annabel Karmel, has written a vibrant and accessible 'how to' guide to provide all the necessary answers.
Sunday, 23 September 2012 01:00
When your child begins to eat solid food, it’s important to remember that just because his palate is expanding, there are still a variety of foods that aren’t suitable for him to eat at such a young age. Due to choking hazards, allergy concerns, and your toddler’s nutritional needs, some foods should be banned from your little ones plate until he’s older. You should avoid giving these ten foods to your toddler, and should carefully consider whether you want to introduce some of them into his diet at all, even when he’s older.
Published in Kids